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THE UNION, 
PARISH, AND PUBLIC HEALTH 

OFFICERS' 

^otlut Almanac antr 0uitie, 

FOB 

THE YEAH OF OUR LORD 

1868, 



LONDON: 
KNIGHT AND CO., 90, FLEET-STREET, 

PublUhera by AutJiority to the Poor Law Boards and to the Some Office ^ 
for the purposes of the Local Government Act, 1858. 

1868. 



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CONTENTS. 



PAOB 

Preliminary Notes f»r the Tear iii 

EcUpses ii* 

The Four Quarters of the Year iii 

Terms and Returns iii 

The Royal Family ir 

The Ministry iT 

Courts of Equity and Law iv 

The Calendar 1—12 

Index to List of Unions 1»— 1» 

Poor Law Board 17 

List of Unions formed by the Poor Law Commissioners and the Poor Law Board. 
Unions under Gilbert's Act, and Places under Local Acts, together with the 
Area and Population (In 1861) of each Union, &c., the Number of Parishes, 
and of Elected and Ex.officio Guardians ; the Inspectors' and Audit Districts 
in which 'the several Unions, &c., are situate ; the Day of Meeting of the 
Guardians ; the Names and Addresses of the Clerks and Treasurers j the 
Names of the Chairmen and Vice-Chairmen ; the Districts, Names, and 
Addresses of the Relieving Officers ; the Names of the Medical Officers ; the 
Names and Addresses of the Masters, Chaplains, and Medical Officers of Woi^. 
houses ; the Names and Certificates of the Workhouse Teachers ; and the Work- 
house Accommodation of each Union.— C4>rrerf^d t^ /o December 20, 1867 ..18-156 

School Districts formed by the Poor Law Board 156,157 

District Auditors ', 168 

Schools and Institutions certified by the Poor Law Board, under the 25 and 

26 Vict. cap. 43 169 

Metropolitan Asylum Distriet Board 160 

Poor Law Board in Ireland 160 

Boardof Supervision for the Relief of the Poor in Scotland 160 

Poor Law Legislation for 1867 :— 

Metropolitan Poor— District Asylums— Medical Out-Door Relief— District 
and Separate Schools — Workhouses for Claitses of Poor — Lands- 
Contributions of Unions and Parishes — Medical In^Door Relief— Houseless 
Poor— Metropolitan Common Poor Fund — Poor Relief under Local Acts — 
Boards of Guardians— Officers — Borrowing— Orders of Removal, tic. — 
llie Poor Law Board— Local Acts Relating to the Poor in Places out 
of the Metropolis — Adjustment ani^ Division of Parishes — Election of 
Guardians — Hire of Workhouses or Buildings — Superannuation of Poor 
Law Officers— Blind and Deaf and Dumb Paupers— Detention of Paupers 
In Workhouses— Borough Pauper Lunatics — Poor Removal— Parish Fire 
Engines — Vaccination— Criminal LunatiCN— Representation of thePeople — 
Cessation of Rnting Smnll Tenements in Boroughs — Incidents of 
Franchise — Sewage Utilization— Contagious Diseases (Animals) Rate in 
Aid — Disqualifications of Justices ef the Peace — Stock in Trade-. 
Miscellaneous Provisions — Statute Law Revision — Government Ezpendi. 
ture on Poor Law Administration — General Orders 161—183 

Commissioners in Lunacy 184 

List of County and Borough Asylums, Metropolitan and Provincial Licensed Houses, 

and Hospitals, receiving Lunatics 184 — 189 

Regirtrar-General of Births. Deaths, and Marriages ? 188 

The Local Government Act Office 189 

SiUiitary L^islation and Progress during 1R66 189 — 193 

Local Boards formed under the General Board of Health 194—241 

Burial Boards 242—25) 

Quarter Sessions in England and Wales \ 252 



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PRELIMINARY NOTES FOR THE YEAR. 



Dominical Letters ED 

Golden Nttin1>er •.. 7 

Cycle of the Son 1 

£pact 6 

Bomao Ipdiction 11 

Julian Period €681 



Septuage»ima Sunday Feb. 9* 

Shrove Tuesday Feb. S3 

Easter Sunday April 12- 

Whit Sunday May 31. 

Trinity Sunday June 7 

Advent Sunday ., Nov. 3»' 



The Teetr 1868 is Leap Year. 



ECLIPSES IN 1868. 



Febi 23. SUN. An annular eclipse, in- 
visiUe at Greenwich. Begins on the 
earth generally at 1 Ih. 17m. A.M., mean 
time at Greenwich, in longitude 78<' 
8' W., and latitude \Q9 54' S. : greatest 
edipse at 2h. 23*5m. P.M., in longitude 
320 39/ w., and latitude 5° 46' S., 
ends on the earth generally at 4h . 1 8'3m. 
P.M., in longitude 250 20' E., and 
latitude 19° 26' N. 

Aug. 18. SUN. A total eclipse, AivinNe 
at Greenwich. Begins on the earth 
i^enerally at 2h. 34*7m. A.M., mean 
time at Greenwich, in longitude 49^ 25' 



E., and latitude 120 0' N.; greatest 
eclipse at 5h. 13'lm. A.M.; in longi- 
tude 102° 38' E., and latitude 10° 27' 
N., ends on the earth generally at 7h. 
49 ■2m. A.M., in longitude U9^ 59' E., 
and latitude lft<>23'S. 
Nov. 5. A transit of Mercury over the 
Sun's disc partly visible at Greenwich.. 
External contact at Ingress, at5h. 24m. 
39s. A.M., mean time at Greenwich. 
External contact at Egress, at 9h. 2m.. 
57s. A .M. , at Greenwich. The Sun wilL 
rise at 7h. 3m. A.M. 



THE FOUR QUARTERS OF THE YEAR. 



Spring Quarter begins March 20 
Summer „ June 21 

AuTUMNAi. „ Sept. 22 

Winter „ Dec. 21 



7*= 43" morning. 

4 9 morning. 

6 32 afternoon. 

28 afternoon. 



TERMS AND RETURNS. 

HILARY TERM begins 11th January .. Ends 31st January. 

EASTER TERM begins 15th April.. Ends 8th May. 

TRINITY TERM begins 22nd Majs . Ends 12lh June. 
MICHAELMAS TERM begins 2nd Nov.. . Ends 2dth Nov. 



OXFORD TERMS. * 

B^ns. Ends. 

LantTerm Jan. 14. ...Apr. 4 

Easter Term Apr. 15 May 29 

TrinityTerm May 30 July 11 

Michaelmas Term.. Oct. 10 Dec. 17 

The Act wUI be July 7. 



CAMBRIDGE TERMS. 
Begins. Divides. 



Ends. 
Lent Jan . 13. . . . Feb. 22|midn. . . Apr. 8 
Easter Apr. 17.... May 22 noon ..June26 



Mich. .. Oct. I .. Nov. 8 noon .. Dec. \^ 
Ilie Commencement will be June 23. 

TERMS IN ENGLAND. 
UmaUy taken in Leases. 

23 March Lady Day. I 29 Sept. Mich. Day. 

24 June, Midsum. ( 25 Dec. Christmas. 

IN SCOTLAND. 
Candlemas ..Feb. 2 I Lammas.. Aug. I 
Whitsunday*Mayl5 | Martinmas, Nov. II 

* This term in Scotch leave* doe* not drpendh 
upon the moveable Feast of Whltsantkie, but ia- 
pcrmauent. 



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THE ROYAL FAMILY. COURTS of equity and law. 



THE QUEEN. 
Albxandrina VicToaiA, bomMay 24,1819; 
married Feb. iO, 1840, to Albert Francis 
Augustus Chas. Emanuel, Duke of Saxe 
Coburg and Gotha, Prince Consort, bom 
Aug. 26, 1819, died Dec. 14, 1861. 

Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa, Prtn- 
eeu itoya/,bom Nov. 21, 1840; married 
Jan. 25tb, 1858, to Prince Frederic Wdham 
of Prussia. , „r , v^-« 

. Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, born 
Not. 9, 1841 ; married. March 10, 186d, 
to the Princess Alexandra, of DenmMk, 
bom Dec. 1, 1844, and has issue, Albert 
Victor Christian Edward, bom Jan. 8, !»»«, 
and Geo. Fd. Ernest Albert, b. June 3. 18W», 
and Louise Victoria Alexandra Dagmar, 
born Feb. 20, 1867. , -, o.^ la^^. 

Alice Maud Mary, bom April 25, 1843 
married July 1, 1862, to Prince Louis oi 
HesscDarmstadt. ^ , ^ t?j:« 

Alfred Ernest Albert, Duke of Bdm- 
burgh, bom Aug. 6, 1844. 

Helena Augusta Victoria bom May za, 
1846; married July 5, 1866. to Pnnce 
Christian of Schleswig-Holstem-Sonder- 

^"5-^^ai^ne'&berU,bomMarchI8, 

1848 

Arthur WflKam Patrick Albert, bom 

May 1, I860. ^ ,^ ^ , 

Leopold George Duncan Albert, bom 

^ B^triM Wy Victoria Feodore, bom 
April 14, 1857. ^ ^. 

Royal Princes and Prtncesset. 

Geo. Fred., Duke of Cumberland (&- 
King of HanoTer), bora May 27, 1819 , 
mar?ied Feb. 18, i843, M«ry Alexandnna 
daughter of Joseph.DukeofSaxeAltenbnrg 

George William, Dukfe of Cambridge, 
bomlSxch 26, 1819; Augusta Ca«>line 
JulT 19. 1822, married June 28, 1843, tne 
Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Strehti; 
Mary Adelaide, Nov. 27, 1833, married 
Prince of Teck, June 12, 1h66. 

THE MINISTRY. 

THE CABINET. 
First Lord qf the Treasury (Prime Mi. 
»M«n,Eari of Derby. ., ^ , - 

Lord President of the Counal, Duke of 

Marlborough. ^. , . j 

Lord High Chancellor, Lord Chelmsford. 
Lord Privy Seal, Eari of Malmesbury. 
Chancellor qfthe Exchequer, Right Hon. 

B. Disraeli. 
Secretaries (if State : 
Home^ Rt. Hon. Cathome Hardy. 
Foreign, Lord Suniey. 
CMowial, Duke of Buckingham. 
War, Rt.Hon. Sir J. S. Pakmgton.Bart. 
India, Rt. Hon. Sir S. H. Northcote. 
P^st Lord (tf the Admiralty, Rt. Hon. H. 
J. L Corry. ,«. . j 

Pres. qf Board qf 7V/Mfc,Duke of Richmond. 
Works and Public Bdgs., Lord J. Manners. 
Chief Secretary qf Ireland, E^rl of Mnyo. 
Wiiout Office, Rt. Hon. a H. Walpole. 



COOKT OF CHANCKKY. 

Lord High Chancdior, Lord Chelmrford.^ 
Cki^Sec, Charles Spencer Perceval— «^. 
in Lunacy, Charles N. Wilde. 

Master qf the Boflf.Rt. Hon. ^o'^ R<>*^iJly 

-^ Sec, W. G. Brett^ Under Sec., 

A. Cox. 
AccowUant-General, Wm. Russell. 
Lords Justices qf App^, Rt. Hon. Lord 

Cairns, Right Hon. Sir John Roit. 
rutcbanceUors, Sir .John Stuart, bir W. 

P. Wood, Sir Richard Malms. 

COURTS 0» LAW. 

Queen's Bench-Lord CkUf Justice, Sir 
A J.KoJckbum-J«*«, Sir Colm 
Blackb^im, Sir J. Mellor, Sir Wm. Shee, 
and Sir Robert Lush. 

Common Pleas -Lord (^/f%\^f^ 
Wm. BoviU — Judges, Sir J. S. WiUe«, 
Sir John Barnard Byles. Sir Hen S. 
Keating.andSir Montagu Edward Smith. 

Exchequer-Lord Chii^Banm, Rig^ H^'^* 
S^torov Kelly-5ara»M,SBr S - Manm. 
|;G^W.Bmmwell,SlrWJ.a,^ 
nell, and Sir GiUery Pigott-e«««» * «<- 
«U*ra««T, Wm. Henry Walton. 

UM OFFICBRS. 

Attorney-General, Sir J. B. Karslake. 
Solicttor-General, Sir C. J. Selwyn. 

COURT OF PROBATE, AND COURT OF DIVORCB 
AND MATRIMONIAL CAUSES.. 

Judge Ordinary, Sir James P. WUde. 
Chief Registrars, Dr. Aug. Fred. Bayford, 

Charl^ John Middleton, Edward Fras. 

Jenner, and Henry Lmwood Strong. 

ADMIRALTY COURT. 

Judge qfthe Admiralty, Bt. Hon. Sir R. J. 
Phillimore-Gtt<r«»Y AdvoaOe-G^al, 
Sir Travers Tvfias— Admiralty Advocate 
(yf&canx)— Registrar, H. C. Rothcry— 
Marshal, Evan Jones. 

toURT OF BANKRUPTCY. 

Lords Justices qf Appeal, BX. Hon. Lord 
Cairns, Right Hon. Sir John Rolt. 

Commissioners, E. Holroyd, Mr. Serjeant 
^oulbum, T. E.Winslow. 

Cotinfry Cowwiw/wera — JKrwngAom G, 
W. ^den-Brisiol, M. D. HUl, Q.C.— 
Exeter, Biggs Andrews, % C. — L««tt, 
W. S. Ayrum- Liverpool, H. J- I^erry— 
Manchester,Vf.T. Jemme\,\r-NewcastU, 
T. B. H. Abrahall. 

Chi^ Registrar, J. F. Miller. 



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JANUARY- First Month. 



First Quarter 
Full Moon .. 
Last Quarter 
New Moon . . 



THE MOON'S CHANGES. 

3rd day, 4h. 3m. mom. 
9th day.lOh. 53m. aftern. 
16tli day, 5h. 4m. aftern. 
24th day, 7h. 18m. aftern. 

J '8 Dec. 2nd, O© j 9th, 18° 63' N. ; 15th, 
0°} 22nd, 18© 61' S. j 29th, O®. 



•0« 
semi-di. 

16' 18" 
16 18 
16 18 
16 18 
16 17 
16 17 



M. 


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33 


5 59 


6 21 


21 


8 31 


46 


b 56 


6 29 


26 


8 46 


1 1 


5 61 


6 35 



Day I l>ay 
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Week. Year. 



1\V 

2 Th 

3F 

48 



5S 

6M 

7 Tu 

8 W 

9Th 
10 F 
US 



12 S 
13M 

14 Tu 

15 W 

16 Th 

17 F 

18 8 



19 S 

20 M 

21 Tu 

22 W 

23 Th 

24 F 

25 8 



26 S 

27 M 

28 Tu 

29 W 

30 1h 

31 F 



2 Sun. after Christmas. 8 
Epiphany, Old Christ. D. 8 
8 
Pr, Albert Victor of 
[)fa/e«6o7fi, 1864. 



Sundays and 
Remarkable Days. 



Sun 
rises. 



Circumcision, 



h 

8 8 

8 8 

8 8 

8 8 



h. m. 

3 59 

4 
4 1 

4 2 



Hilary Term begins. 

1 Sunday after Epiphany, 
Camb. Lent Tm. begins. 
Ozf. Lent Term begins. 



2 Sunday after Epiphany, 



Conversion of SL Paul,' 



3 Sunday after Epiphany, 7 50 



84 3 
74 5 
74 6 



8 7 



8 5 



8 



Hilary Term ends. 



Sun 
sets. 



4 7 

4 9 
4 10 

4 11 



MONTHLY NOTICES. 

I. Quarter Sessions cum. 
mence on the Monday of 
this week. 

I . British Museum closes. 

1. Qerks to Guardiars 
and Overseers of ParLvh«s 
not under a Board of 
Guardians to make out 
Lists of Lunatic Paupers. 

I.Leipzig fair — manu- 
factured goods, &c.* 

7. Last day lor Medical 
Off.cers sending quai terly 
listsof lunattcr prepared by 
them toClerkstoGuaidinns 

8. British Museum opens, 
10 till 4; Htading Roim, 
9 till 4. 

9. Fire Insurance due at 
Christmas must l^e paid 
by this day, or the Policy 
becomes loid. 

10. Last day for sending 
quarterly lists of lunatics, 
as prepared by Medical 
Officers, to the (.ootmis. 
sioners in Lunacy, and < o. 
pies of the same to Clerk to 
theViritorsof the As>Inm. 

31. Last day for owners 
of properly sending in a 
statement to Oveiseeis of 
their claims to vote in 
Election of Guardians. 

31. Last day for the Su- 
perintendent- Registrar to 
transmit Quarterly Re- 
turns of Marriage Lioeiices 
to the Registrar. General. 

Registration — Births. — 
Persons should cause their 
children to be registered 
within forty.ti«-o days after 
birth, by giving personal 
notice to the registrar of 
tiieir district, withotU any 
Jet whatever. 
Deaths. Intimation should 
be given of deaths in the 
same manner as births. 
This should be done within 
five days, as the under- 
taker has to give a certifl- 
cate to the minister who 
reads the funeral service'; 
who» if he refuse to bury 
the body without a certifi- 
cate, is boupd to give 
notice to the regUtrar 
within seven days. 

As the cause of death is 
to be entered, sound dis. 
cretion should be exerrised 
in ascertaining the real na- 
ture of the deceaaed's 
death, for which imporUnt 
purpose every facility 
should be given 



• The Monthly IJ.t of Fsirs h only a .election of the «'or« ••»»»«"KJ^'ZIIU**^SSr if'com- 
OD Sunday; they are nsuaily held the dav after. A few of the Oilman Pair, which are of com 
■erclal f nterct are givfii. each of which continae. for ihr»e week.. 



FEBRUARY— Second Month. 



[1868. 



THE MOON'S CHANGES. 

First Quarter . . 1st day, 6h. 1 6m. aftern. 
Full Moon .... 8ih day, 9h.:-tom. morn. 
I^st Quarter .. \h\h day, Uh. 17m. morn. 
New Moon 23rd day, 2h. 20m. aftern. 

D sDec.Sth, 180 48'N.} lith.OO; 18tb, 
18^47'S.; 26th, i^o. 



M. 
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II 
16 
21 
26 



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9 4 


1 19 


5 44 


6 44 


9 21 


1 36 


5 38 


6 52 


9 40 


1 55 


5 30 


7 


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2 13 


5 22 


7 8 


10 17 


2 3i 


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10 36 


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16 14 
16 13 
16 12 
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18 Tu 

19 W 

20 Th 

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22 S 

23 S 

24 M 

25 To 
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27 Th 

28 F 

29 S 



i>f the 
Year. 



32 



Sundays and. 
Remarkable Days. 



Sal 'lion -fishing hegin«. 

i4 Sundaif afrer Epiph, 
PuHJic. of B, V.Mary 
( Candlemas. 



Half-quarter. 
Septuagesima Sunday, 



Valentine. 



Sexagesima Sunday, 



S Prin. Louise V. Alex 
I Dagmar, born 1867. 

S Camb. Lent Term div. 
) at midnight. 
Qitinquageitima Sunday, 
St. MaUhias. 
Shrove Tuesday. 
ish Wednesday, 



Sun 
risi's. 


Sun 
sets. 


h. ii>. 
7 42 


h. m. 
4 46 


7 40 


4 48 


7 39 
7 37 
7 36 
7 34 


4 60 
4 52 
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125 17 

5 19 



5 21 

5 23 
5 25 



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5 27 
5 28 
5 30 
5 32 
5 34 
5 35 
5 37 



MONTHLY NOTICES. 

1 Last (lay for Clerks of 
Guardians transmitting' 
Lists of Pauper Lunatics. 

2. Candlemas-day. Scotch 
quarter-dav. 

5. On or before this day, 
claims of owners and 
proxies for election of 
Guatdians to be entered 
on the rceister. 

8. C lemarron — ^heep 
and cattle. 

15. Last davfor inspect- 
ing claims of ownprs for 
4*lection of (inardians. 

15. Last Hay for sending 
to Supprinteniient - Re§ri!«. 
trar copies of the entries of 
Births, Deaths, and Mar- 
riages, for (he Quarter 
enning December 31. 

15. Last day for object- 
ing to owners' rotes for 
fc:iection of Guardians. 

■}0. L-»st liay for giving 
porice of day for hearing 
objections to owners' votes 
for elei-tion of G<>ardians. 

21. Last day for the Su- 
perintendent - Registrar 
sending copies of entrie* 
to ihe Registritr-Generat.' 

/r«7/5.— From Jan. 1838. 
all wills made in Eneland 
came under the provisions 
• •f the new Wills Act- By it, 
all property mav be dispo.s- 
ed of by will ; all wills must 
l»e in tnrifing. and each roust 
be Signed at the bottom or 
end by the testator, or, if 
he is unable. I»y .«ome per. ' 
son on his heh-Hlf, by his 
direction, and m his pie- 
sence ; and two, or more, 
attesting witnes<:es (who 
must be present nt the 
.same time) must also sign 
the will, ir the testator 
wishes to acknowleifge <>r 
reward the attesting wit- 
nesHes. he must do it in 
some other way than by 
bequeathing them any- 
thing: for leeacies to at. 
testing witnes."8es. or to the 
wife or hns and of an hu 
testing witness, are void. 
No person under twenty, 
one ran mnk*» a VHlid will. 
Wills are revoked by subw 
sequent marriage; other, 
wise a will can only lie re. 
vo'.ed by destruction or by 
the making of a new one ; 
and aUrritiom in wills 
must be made in the same 
manner ns a wll \% made. 



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MARCH— Third MoirrH. 



3 



THE MOON'S CHANGES. 
First Quarter .. 2nd day, 4h. 49m. mom. 
Full Moun .... Sthday, 8'i. 22m. aficrn. 
Last Quarter .. 16th day, 3h. 28m. morn. 
New Bioon .... 24th day, 6h. ftSm. iB«»rn. 
First Quarter ..31st day. Oh 26m. aft- rn. 

J 's Dec 3rd. I8O47' N. i lOth, 0°; I7th, 
180 49'S.; 24th, 0°; HUt, 18° 53' N. 



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24 Tu 


84 


26 W 


85 


2tj Th 


86 


27 F 


87 


28 S 


88 
89 


29 S 


30 .V 


90 


31 Tu 


91 



Sundays and 
Remarkable D lys. 



Suu 
riBts. 



1 Sun, in Lent, St. David. 



Ember Week, 



6 47 
6 46 
6 43 
6 40 
6 38 
6 36 
6 34 



•2 Sunday in Lent 



6 31 
6 29 
6 27 
6 25 
6 23 
6 20 
6 18 



3 Sunday in Lent, 

St. Patrick. 

Princess Louisa b. 1 848. 

Spring Quar.coiumences. 



4 Sunday in Lent. 



LADY. DAY, 

[of the B. 



Annunc. 
V, Mary. 



5 Sunday in Lent, 



Sun 
!>ets. 



3 

5 

7 

8 

10 

12 

6 13 



5 44 
5 A'Z 
5 4U 



15 
17 
6 18 
6 20 
6 2^ 
6 23 
6 25 

6 27 
6 28 
6 30 



MONl'HLY NOTICES. 

2. British Museum open 
from 10 ti41 5; Reading 
Room, 9 till 5. 

2. Auditors and Asses- 
sors of ]3< troughs to be 
elected under Municipal 
Reform Act. 

2. Bnstol. for ten days 
— miiu-elianeous. 

2. C(>v^entry-^*atile. 

2. Leicester— «heese. 

3. Frankfort . on . the .' 
Oiier- good^, «tc. 

4. BreoknoLk — leather, 
hogs, rattle. 

4. Caernarvon — horses 
and pedlery. 

4 and 25. Stockport —cat- 
tle, and pe ilery. 
5. 25. 1.iaiiuceston— cattle. 

5. Bury (Lane.)— catile 
and horse-s. [cattle. 

6. Hisjtiam F»rrars — 
6. B«irnley— cattlo,horses, 

and sheep* 

7. Wantage — horses, 
cows, and pigs. [cattle. 

7. Heulev-on-Thames — 
7. Blandford — cattle 

and seeds. 
•7. Batdock_catt1e. 
7 Notiingnam — horses, 

and «;attle. 

10, 11. Denbigh— cattle, 
horses. >heep, and pigs. 

11. Cardiff— cattle. 

13. Tewkesbury — ^horses, 
cattle, and sheep. 

16. Last day for publish, 
ing notice of Election of 
Guardians, and first day 
for sending nominations to 
Clerks. [sheep. 

W. I>outh — cattle and 

21. Derby— catile aiid 
cheese. 

26. Penzance — cattle. 

25. East Ilsley ~ and 
every other Wednesday 
till Juiie-sh«>ep. 

26. Nantwich — horses, 
cattle, &c. 

27. Last day for send- 
ing nominatioi.s of Guar- 
dians to the Clerk. 

27. Cassel — manufactur- 
ed goods, &C. 

27. (fur 3 days) Durham 
— cattle slieep. horses. &c. 

28.Wellington— cattle,&c 

29. Bresiau — manufac- 
tured goods. &c. 

30. Rugby— cattle. 

31. Bromsgrove — cattle, 
sheep, vc. 

31. IntereEt tn East India 

Bonds due. [pire. 

3f. HawkersUicences ex- 

31. Bromsgrove (monthly) 
cattle. 



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APRIL— Fourth Month. 



[1863. 



THE MOON'S CHANGES. 

Fall Moon .... 7th day, 7h. 17m. mom. 
Last Quarter ..14th day, 10b. 34m. aftern. 
New Moon .... 22nd day, 8h. 20m. aftern. 
First Quarter .. 29»h day, 6h. I8m. aftern. 

5's Dec. 6th, O^; J3th, 18° 59^ S. j 
20th, 0° J 27th, 19° 5' N. 



M. 


L. of 


Dajk's 


Day 


Twil. 


0*8 


D. 


Day. 


incr. 


brk. 


ends. 


semi-di. 


1 


12 5o 


5 10 


3 37 


8 33 


16' 2" 


6 


13 14 


5 29 


3 23 


8 44 


16 


11 


13 33 


5 48 


3 8 


8 56 


15 59 


16 


13 53 6 8 


2 52 


9 9 


15 68 


21 


14 12. 6 27 


2 37 


9 23 


15 56 


26 


14 30| 6 45 


2 20 


9 28 


15 55 



Day 
of the 



1 w 

2 Th 
3F 

4S 



5S 
6M 

7Td 
8 W 
9Th 

lOF 
11 S 



12 S 

13 M 

14 Tu 

15 W 

16 Th 

17 F 
18S 



19 S 

20 M 

21 To 

22 W 

23 Th 

24 F 

25 S 



D«T 

of thL 
Year. 



92 
93 
94 

95 

96 
97 
98 
99' 
100 
101 
102 



103 
104 
105 

106 

107 
108 
109 



26 S 

27 M 

28 Tu 

29 W 

30 Tn 



110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 



Sundays and 
Remarkable Days. 



Camb. Lent Term ends. 
Oxford Leat^Term ends. 

Palm Sunday, 

Old Lady-day. 

Prince Leopold b., 1853. 



Good Friday, 



Easter Sunday. 

Princess Beatrice &., 1-857. 
Easter Term begins. 
Oxf. Easter Term bgs. 

Camb. Easter Term beg. 



h. 

5 37 
5 35 
5 32 



5 30 6 37 



Sun 
rises. 



h. m 
6 32 
6 33 
6 35 



5 



Low Sunday. 



117 
118 
119 
120 
121 



St. George. [begins. 

Mohammedan year 1825 
St, Mark. P, Alice 6.l8i3. 

2 Sunday after Easter, 



Sun 
sets. 



6 38 
6 40 
6 42 
6 43 
6 45 
6 47 
6 48 



6 50 
6 52 
6 53 

6 55 

6 57 

6 58 

7 



58 7 
55 7 
7 
7 
7 
7 



4 53 


4 51 


4 49 


4 47 


4 45 


4 43 


4 41 


4 49 


4 37 


4 35 



13 

15 

7 16 

7 18 

7 20 



MONTHLY NOTICES. 
I. Refreshment House 
licences to be renewred. 

5. Dividends on several 
species of Stock become 
due. 

5. The returns for mak. 
iug the assessment of di. 
rect taxes are delivered 
very soon after this day. 
The person making the re- 
turn rates himself for the 
persons and articles subject 
to taxes kept and used by 
him between the 5th April, 

1868, and the 5th April, 

1869. If he wishes to give 
up keeping any servant or 
other matter assessed, he 
should do so on the 4th 
April, or he will be liable 
to another year's tax. 

6. Voting.papersforelec. 
cion of Guardians to be 
delivered. 

6. Quarter Sessions com> 
mence in this week. 

7. Last day for Medical 
Officers sending quarterly 
listsoflunatics prepared t^ 
them toClerks toGuardianit 

8. Voting, papers for 
election of Guardians to 
be collected. 

9. Fire Insurance due at 
Lady Day must be paid on 
or before this day, or the 
policy becomes void. 

9. Election of Guar, 
dians. Uncollected voting 
papers may be delivered 
before twelve o'clock. 

10. Last day for sending 
quarterly lists of lunatirs, 
as prepared by Medical 
Officers, to the Commts. 
sioners in Lunacy, and co. 
pies of the same to Clerk to 
the Visitors of the Asylum. 

11. Election of Guardi. 
ans ; the Clerk to ascertain 
the validity and number of 
votes for each candidate. 

. 15. Poor Law Guardians 
are to go out of office. — At 
the first meeting held after 
this date, the Guardians 
must appoint the Union 
Assessment Committee. 

16. Newly elected Guar- 
dians come into office. 

20 (for a week). Lincoln 
— horses, sheep, and ped. 
lery. (^horses, cattle, Ice. 

29 and 30. Louth — sheep, 

30. Last day for Superin. 
tendent Registrar sending 
quarterly return of licences 
for marriages to Registrar. 
General. 



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1868.J 



MAY— FirrH Month. 



THE MOON'S CHANGES. 
Full Moon .... 6(h day, 6h. 37ni. aflern. 



Last Quarter . 
New M^>on . . . 
First Quarter . 



14th day, 5h ISm. alttrn. 
22n i day, fih. 3'im. morn. 
24ta day, lib. 4'iin. aftern. 



J '8 Dec.3rd,0=>i 10th, 19^ ll'S.; I8th, 
QOj •24th, lyo l«' N.i 31st, QO. 



M. 


L.of 


Day's 


Day 


Twil. 


©'8 


D. 


Day. 


incr. 


brk. 


eads. 


semi.di. 


1 


14 47 


7 2)23 


9 54 


15' 5 1" 


6 


16 5 


7 20 


1 44 


10 12 


1.153 


11 


1» 21 


7 36 


1 24 


10 32 


15.52 


lii 


15.37 


7 52 


1 


10 57 


15 51 


21 


15 50 


8 5 


27 


II 37 


15 50 


2(i 


ir> 2 


H 17 


No reii 


1 Night 


15 49 



Day 

of (lie 

W«;k. 


Day 

ortbs 
Year. 

122 


IF 


2S 


123 

124 
125 


3S 
4M 


5 To 


126 


6 W 


127 


7Th 


128 


8F 


129 


9S 


130 


10 s 

11 M 


131 
132 


12 Tu 


133 


13 W 


134 


UTh 


135 


15 F 


136 


16 S 


137 


ns 


138 


18 M 


139 


19 Tu 


140 


20 W 


141 


21 Ta 


142 


22 F 


143 


23 S 


144 


24 S 

25 M 


145 

146 


26 Tu 


147 


27 W 


148 


28 IH 


149 


29 F 


150 


30 S 


151 


31 S 


152 



Sundays und 
Remarkable Days. 



Sun Sun 
rises, sets. 



St, Philip and St. James, 4 34 
IP. Arthur b. 1850,4 32 



3 Sunday after Easter, 

Easter Term ends. 
Half Quarter Day. 

4 Sunday after Easter, 

Old May Day. 

• • • • •• 

Rogation Sunday, 



4 7 

4 6 

4 4 

4 3 

Ascen, Day, Holy Thurs. 4 2 

Trin. Term begin*. 4 
[Camb.East.rm.div.n.3 59 

f 1 Sunday aft. Ascension. 

{Queen Victoria b, 1819. 

Princess Helena 6. 1846. 



Oxford Easter Tm. ends. 
Oxford Trinity Tm. beg. 



152 )Vhft Sunday. 



h. m. 

7 21 
1 23 



25 
26 
28 
29 
7 31 
33 
34 



3 518 4 



'MONTHLY NOTICES. 

1. British Museum rloses. 

I. Holiday at Bank — 
Transfer Otfice. 

1. Headiug — ^horses and 
cattle. 

2.Cuventry— horses.cows, 
and sheep. 

2. Leipzig — ^books, Rus. 
sian and Polish produce, 
■naaufactured goods, &c. 

2 & l'). Caernarvon — 
cattle. Sec* 
4. B3>ton»cattIe. &c 
4. NarthampiO(i.-hurses. 

4. Royal Academy Ex- 
hibition opens. 

5. rutnes-.horses,8heep. 

5. Ipswich — cattle, &c. 

6. Abinjjdon — cattle. 
6. Lewes — cattle. 

7. Boiirae— horses,cattle, 
and sheep. 

8. British Museum opens, 
from 10 till 6; Reading 
Room, 9 till 6. 

8. Crawley— cattle, pigs. 
&c. 

11. Stroud — cattle, sheep, 
and pigs. 

11. Staines —horses and 
cattle. 

1 1. Thetfurd — sheep and 
lambs. 

12. Leicester — horses, 
cows, and sheep. 

12. Askrig— cattle. 
12,13. Denbisjh— cattle, 

bor>es. sheep, &c. 

IJ & 14. Rtpon — ^horses, 
and sheep. 

U & 14. Southampton- 
cattle and cheese. 

14. Wells (Som.) —horses 
and cattle. 

14. Ramsbury — horses, 
cows, and sheep. 

13. Whitsunday, Scotch 
Quarter-day. 

l.V Last day for sending 
to the Superintendent - 
Registrar copies of the en- 
tries of Births, Deaths, and 
M irrlages, for the Quartet 
ending March 31. 

20. Hereford— cattle. 

20. Qoakurs' General 
Meeting begins in London. 

20. Last day for the Su- 
perintendent . Registrar 
sending copies of the en. 
tries of Births, Deaths, and 
Marri;iges,for the Quarter 
ending March 31, to the 
Registrar-General . 
23. Swindon — cattle,pigs, 
and sheep. 

25. Wellington— cattle. 
• 36. Bromsgrore— cattle, 



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JUNE— Sixth Month. 



[1868. 



THE MOOl^'S CHANGES. 



^■ithday, 6h. 55m. morn. 
, 13th day, lOh. Um. mom. 
. 20th day, 2h. 45m. afiem. 
. 27th day, $h. 51m. morn. . 



Full Moon .. 
Last Quarter . 
New Moon .. 
First Quarter 

>'• Dec. 6th, 190 19' S.J 14th, ©O; 2l8t, 
190 20' N } 27th, 00. 



L.of 
Day. 



16 15 
16 23 
16 29 
16 33 
16 34 
16 33 



Day's 
incr. 



8 30 
8 38 
8 44 
8 48 
8 49 
D.d.l 



Day Twil. 
brk. ends. 



No real 

Niffht, 

but constant 

Twilight. 



0'8 

semUdi. 



15' 48" 
15 47 
15 47 
15 46 
15 46 
15 46 



of ti7e 


S'L 


Week. 


Year. 


IM 


153 


2Tcj 


154 


3\V 


155 


4Th 


156 


6F 


157 


6S 


158 


7S 


159 


8M 


160 


9Tu 


161 


low 


162 


11 Th 


163 


12 F 


164 


13 S 


165 
166 


J4S 


15 M 


167 


16 Tu 


168 


17 W 


169 


18 Ta 


170 


19 F 


171 


20 8 


172 
173 


21 S 


22 M 


174 


23 Tu 


175 


24 W 


176 


36 Th 


177 


26 F 


178 


27 S 


179 


28 S 


180 


29 M 


181 


30 tu 


182 



Sundays and 
Remarkable Days. 



P. Geo. of Wales bAS65. 
[Ember Week, 



3 50 
3 50 
3 49 
3 48 
3 48 
3 47 



Trinity Sunday. 



Corpus ChristL 
St. Barnabas. 
Trinity Term ends. 



1 Su9iday after Trinity. 



47 
46 
3 46 
3 45 

3 45 

3 45 
3 44 



Access, of Q. Viet., 1837. 
( 2 Sunday after Trinity. 
\ Sam. Quart com. 
Camb. Commenoement. 

MID SUM. DAY.' 

Nat, of St John Baptist, 

Camb. Easter Tm. ends. 



3 Sunday after Trinity. 
St Peter, 



Sun 
rises, 



b. m, 

8 5 

8 6 

8 7 

8 8 

8 9 

8 10 



8 11 
8 12 
8 13 
8 13 

8 14 

8 15 
8 15 



3 44 
3 45 
3 45 

3 45 

3 46 
3 46 
3 47 



3 47 
3 48 
3 48 



Sun 
sets. 



8 16 
8 16 
8 17 
8 17 
8 18 
8 18 
8 18 



8 18 
8 19 
8 19 

8 19 

8 19 
8 19 
8 19 



6 18 
8 18 
8 18 



MONTHLY NOTICES. 
I. Overseers to give 
notice between this day 
and the 20th to voters who 
hare not paid all poor- 
rates due on Jan. 5. 

1. Rugeley— 4iorses, cat. 
tie, pigs, Sic, for four days. 

1,2. Holidays at the 
Stamp and Taxes Office. 

2. Worcester — cattle,&c 
5. House ajents to take 

out or renew licences he- 
fore this day. 

5. Malmesbury — cattle, 
com and cheese. 

6. Grimsby — cheese. 

8. Warwick — horses, 
cows, and sheep. 

8. Scaleybridge — ^horses, 
cattle and pigs. 

9. 10. Denbigh— cattle, 
horses, sheep, &c.; the 
second day wool. 

10. ae'rk of the Peace 
on or before this day to 
i&sue precept and list of 
county voters to overseers. 

1 1 . Newcastle . under . 
Lyme— cattle, &c. 

19. Northampton — horses. 
15. Droitwich — cattle, 
cheese, wool. 

20. Overseers to fix on 
church doors for two Sun- 
days, notices for persons 
qualified to vote for coun- 
ties, and to make claims. — 
N.B. Persons on the re. 
gister need not make a new 
claim unless they have 
changed their qualification 
or place of abode. 

20. Naumburg — mana- 
factured goods, &c. 

22. Shaftesbury — all 

sorts of cattle. 
22,23. Homcastle— horses 

and cattle. 

23 & 30. Hull>-wooL 
24. Brom^rove— cattle. 

21, 25. 26. Boughton 
Green, Northamptonshire 
— miscellaneous, [horses. 

24. Romford— cattle and 
■ 24. Wycombe— wool. 

36. Caernarvon— cattle, 
26,27. Pershore— cattle,&c. 
^27. SUfTord— WOOL 

27. Wigan— horses and 
homed cattle 

29. Rugby— cattle, fcc. 

29. Wellington— cattle. 

29. Higham Ferrars— 
Aorste and cattle. 

29. Frankfort. on. the. 
Oder— manufacturd goods. 

29. Spalding— cattle and 
horses. [commence. 

29. Quarter SesStona 



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1868J 



JULY — Seventh Month. 



THE MOON'S CHANGES. 

Full Moon .... 4ih day, 8h. 39ai. aftern. 

Last Quarter . . 13th day, Oh. 40Da. morn. 

New Moon . . .. 19ih day, 9h. 56m. atcern. 

First Quarter .. 26th day, lb. 5*2ai. aftern. 

J '8 Dec. 4th. iy0 21' S. ; llth.O"; I8th, 
190 19' N.J 24th, 0°; 3l8t,l9° 18' S. 



L.of 
Day. 



16 29 
16 23 
16 14 
16 4 
15 52 
13 38 



Day's 

deer. 



5 
11 
20 
30 
42 
56 



Day 

brk. 



Twll. 
endg. 



No real 
N'ght. 



0'^ . 
semi-di. 



15' 46" 
15 46 
15 46 
15 46 
15 47 
15 47 



Bay Day 
of the of the 
Week. Year. 



I w 

2Th 
3F 

4S 



5S 
6M 

7Tu 

8 W 
9Th 

10 F 

11 S 



183 
184 
185 
186 



Sundays and 
Remarkable Days. 



12 s 
ISM 

14 Td 

15 W 

16 Th 

17 F 

18 S 



19 S 

20 M 

21 Tu 

22 W 

23 Th 

24 F 

25 S 



26 S 

27 M 

28 Tu 

29 W 

30 Th 
31F 



187 
188 

189 

190 
191 
192 
193 

194 
195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 



4 Sunday after Trinity. 
Old Midsummer da/. 
) Oxford Act. 
I Thomas a Becket. 



Oxf. Trin, Term ends. 
5 Sunday aft. Trinity. 



201 
202 
203 
204 
205 
206 
207 



208 
209 
210 
211 
212 
213 



St. 



Swithin. 



6 Sunday after. Trinity. 



St, James, 

7 Swiday after Trinity, 



Sun Sun 
rises, sets. 



h. 
3 4b) 
3 50 
3 50 
3 51 



3 52 

3 53 

3 64 

3 55 
3 56 
3 57 
3 58 



h, 

8 18 
8 17 
8 17 
8 17 



8 15 

8 14 
8 14 
8 13 
8 12 



3 59 

4 
4 



4 7 



8 11 
8 10 
8 9 
8 8 
8. 7 
8 6 
8 5 



4 
3 
2 

8 

59 

7 58 

56 



55 
53 
52 
50 
49 
7 47 



MONTHLY NOTICES. 
2. Bedford— wool. 

5. Dividends on several 
descriptions of Stock be. 
come due. 

6. Hertford — horses, 
cattle, dtc. 

6. Annual licence to be 
taken out by Pawnbrokers, 
and by Appraisers who are 
not Auctioneers before the 
20th. 

7. Last day for Medical 
Odicers sending quarterly 
lists of lunatics prepared by 
tbem toClerks toOuardians 

9. Newcasde - under . 
Lyme — wool. 

9. Fire Insurance due at 
Midsummer must be paid 
on or before this day, or 
the policy becomes void. 

10. Last day for sending 
quarterly lists of lunatics, 
as prepared by Medical 
Officers, to the Com mis. 
sioners in Lunacy, and co- 
pies of the same to Clerk to 
the Visitors of the Asylum. 

10. Thetford— wool. 
10. Stafford— wool. 
10, 11. Peterborough — 
cattle and horses. 
14, 15. Shrewsbury..wool. 
14, 15. Denbigh— cattle, 
horses, sheep, &c. 

18. Meeting of the Royal 
Agricultural Society at 
Leicester. 

28 JK 27. Sherborne, cattle, 
sheep, horses, and wool. 

20. Poor-rates due on 
Januarys, must be paid on 
or before this day by all 
electors of cities, coun- 
ties, or boroughs, or 
they will be disqualified 
from voting at an election. 
20. Last day for electoi-s 
of counties sending in 
claims fur voting. 

22. Overseers to make 
out lists not later than this 
day, of the names of per. 
sons whose January poor, 
rates remahi unpaid, such 
lists to be open for perusal 
for 14 days. 

25. Ashton.under.Lyne 
—cattle, sheep, &c. 

25. Conference of Wes- 
ieyan- Methodists commen. 
ces at Liverpool. 

25. Royal Academy Ex. 
hibition closes. 
28. Bromsgrove — month, 
ly, cattle, sheep, &c. 

31. Last day for Super, 
intendt.. Registrar sending 
in the Quarterly return of 
licences for 



Digitized by 



for marriages 

Gooyle 



AUGUST— Eighth Month. 



[1868, 



THE MOON'S CHANGES. 

Full Moon .. . 
JLasi Quarter . 
New Moon . . . 
First Quarter . 

J '8 Dec. 8th, 0° J 15iL, 19«> 17' N. j 
2l8t,0Oj 27th, 19° 17' S. 



. 3rd day, 1 ih. 52m. more. 

. Uih day, Ob. 2Sm. aflera. 

18tb day, 5h. llm. morn. 

. 25th day. Oh. 47m. morn. 



L.of 
Uay. 



15 21 
15 4 
14 47 
14 29 
14 11 
13 52 



Day's 
deer. 



1 13 
1 3U 

1 47 

2 5 

a 2a 

2 42 



Day 
brk. 



1 3> 

1 51 

2 9 
2 24 
2 39 
^ 52 



Twil. 
ends. 



10 37 
10 17 
9 58 
941 
9 25 
9 9 



0'8 

semi-dl. 



15' 48" 
15 49 
15 49 
15 50 
15 51 
15 52 



of the 
Wetk. 



I>ay 
oi the 
Year. 



IS 



2S 

3M 

4Tn 

5W 

6Th 

7F 

8 S 



Sundays and 
Remarkable Days. 



Sun 
rises. 



214 Lammas. 



9S 

10 M 

11 Tu 

12 W 

13 Th 

14 F 

15 S 



1«S 

17 M 

18 Tu 

19 W 

20 Th 

21 F 

22 S 



23 S 

24 M 

25 Tr 

26 W 

27 Th 

28 F 

29 S 



30 S 

31 M 



215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 



222 
223 
224 
225 
226 
227 
228 



229 
230 
231 
232 
233 
234 
235 



236 
237 
238 
239 
240 
241 
242 



4 25 



8 Sunday aft. Trinity. 



Duke of Edinb. b. 1844. 



9 Sunday after Trinity. 

f lalf-Quarter Day. 
Grouse Shooting begins. 



10 Sunday after Trintfy. 



Black Cock shooting b. 



1 1 Sunday after Trinity 
St. Bartholomew. 



243 12 Sunday after Trinity, 
244 



7 46 



4 49 7 
4 50 7 
4 52 7 
4 637 
4 55 7 
4 57 7 
4 58 7 



Sun 
sets. 



4 
2 
6 59 
6 57 
6 55 
6 53 
96 51 



5 1 1 6 49 
5 13 6 46 



MONTHLY NOTICES. 

1. Claims of lodgers in 
towns to be sent iu be- 
tweenthis day & the 2dth. 

1 to 15. Boruugb and 
county lists to beamxed to 
church doors. 

1. Lammas, Scotch Quar. 
ter.day. 

4. Brunswick — manufac 
tured goods, &c. 

5. Doncasier — horses, 
cattle and wool. 

U, 12. Denbigh — caU 
tie, harses, sheep, &c. 

12. Caernarvon — cat tie, 

15. Last day for sending 
to ihe Superintendent- Re- 
gistrar copies of the entries 
uf Buths, Deaths, and Mar- 
riages, fur the Quarter end- 
ing June 3a 

17. Cassel — manufac- 
tured good5, &c. 

17. Bridgnorth — hops 
and cheese. 

19. Last day for the So. 
periittendeut - Registrar to 
send copies of the entries 
of Births, Deaths, and 
Marriages, for the Qunrter 
ending June 30, to the Re- 
gistrar-General. 

19. Hereford — catOe, 
sheep, &c 

20. Last day for service 
of objections to Cown/y 
voters on overseers, an>i ou 
electors or their tenants. 

21 Bedford— caule. 

21. Rugby — horsea,cow«, 
sheep, and cheese. 

24. Frankfort -on -ihe- 
Maine — government secu. 
rities of all countn«>s, ma. 
nufaetured goods, &c. 

25. Last day for ciaims to' 
vote in Cities A Boroughs. 

26. Romsey— cattle. 

28. Spalding — horses 

29. Last day for Over- 
seers In Cities Sf Boroughs 
to deliver to Town tlerk 
copy of list of voters, \\>t 
uf claimants, and list of 
persiuis objected to. 

31. Wellington—cattle, 
sheep, &c. 

31. All taxes and rates 
payable on March 1st must 
be paid on or before ihis 
day by persons claiming to 
be enrolled as Burgesses 
imder the new Municipal 
Corporations Act. 

British Association for 
the Advancement <ft Sci- 
ence meet at Norwich 
in this month. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



1868.] 



SEPTEMBER— Ninth Month. 







THE MOON'S CHANGES. 

Full Moon 2nd day, 3h. 57m. mom. 

Last Quarter .. 9th day, I Oh. 4 m. aft(>m. 
New Moon .... 16th day, Ih. 19m. aftern. 
First Quarter . . 23rd day, 3h. 22m. aftern. 

J's Dec. 4th, 0°; 11th, 19° I9'N.i 
I7th,0Cj 24th, 190 2a'S. 



0's 
semi-di. 



M. 


L.of 


Day's 


Day 


Twil. 


D. 


Day. 


deer. 


brk. 


ends. 


1 


13 30 


3 4 


3 7 


S 50 


6 


13 11 


3 28- 


8 19 


8 36 


11 


12 52 


3 42 


3 30 


8 21 


16 


12 32 


4 2 3 40 


8 8 


21 


12 12 


4 21 3 50 


7 54 


26 


11 53 


4 41 3 .'>9 


7 41 



15' 54" 
15 55 
15 56 
15 57 

15 59 

16 



of the 
Week. 



1 Tu 245 



257 
258 
259 
260 
261 
262 
263 



27 S 

28 M 

29 Tu 

30 W 



264 
265 
266 
267 
268 
269 
270 



Sundays and 
Remarkable Days. 



Sun 
rises. 



! Salmon Close-time b. 
Partridge Shooting b. 



13 Sunday after Trinity, 



14 Sunday after Trinity, 

Ember Week. 

Jewish year 5629 begins 



15 Sunday after Trin, 
St. Matthew. 
Autumn. Quarter beg. 



Sun 
sets. 



6 44 

6 42 
6 40 
6 37 
6 35 



6 33 
6 31 
6 28 
6 26 
6 24 
6 22 
6 19 



5 33 
5 35 
5 37 
5 38 
5 40 
5 41 
5 43 



271 16 Sunday after Trin. 

272 

273 Mich, Day. St. Michael. 

274 



5 56 
5 58 
5 59 
6 



5 45 
5 42 
5 40 
5 38 






MONTHLY NOTICES. 

1 . British Museum closes. 

1. Overseers of Parishes 
and Boroughs to make out 
Burgess Lists under Mu- 
nicipal Reform Act, to be 
delivered to Town - Clerk 
this day, who shall flx 
them on the Town Hall 
till after the 15th. 

1. liasC day for Over, 
seers In Counties to deliver 
c«»py of register of voters, 
list of claimants, and copy 
of list of persons objected 
to, to Clerk of the Peace. 

1 . On or before this day 
the lists of lodgers claim- 
ing to vote, with the par. 
ticulars of their claims, to 
be published, 

1 to 15. Listof objections 
to county voters, andclainw 
and objections respecting 
borough votes, to be affixed 
to church doors, and to 
be kept on for a period in. 
eluding two consecntive 
Sundays. 

1. Bristol, ten days — 
leather and wool, horses 
ind cattle. 

4. 5. 7. Baraet — sheep, 
Welsh cattle, and horses;. 

6 to 20 (first three Sun. 
days). Lists- of jurors 
to be affixed to doors of 
churches and other places 
of public worship. 

8. British Museum opens, 
from 10 till 4; Reading 
Room, 9 till 4. 

14. LaKt day for trans- 
mitting to Clerk of the 
Peace, declaration correct- 
ing address in list of 
County Voters. 

14. Louth — horses, cat- 
tle, sheep. 

15. Claims of persons 
omitted in theBurgessLists^ 
and objections, to be given 
to the Town-Clerk on or 
bf^fore this ds^y; notice of 
objection to be also given 
to the person objected ta 

18. Bury (Lane.)— cattle, 
horses, woollen clutlvs. 

20. The earliest day for 
the Revising Barrister to 
hold a court for the re- 
vision of county voters' 
lists. [cattle, hogs, Sec. 

21. Reading — cheese, 
27. Leipzig—Great book 

fair, manufactures, &c.^ for 
three weeks. 

30. Brewers* Licences 
expire. 



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10 



OCTOBER— Tbnth Month. 



[1868. 



THE MOON'S CHANGES. 
Full M'>on .... 1st day, 7h. 5Hm. aftern. 
I<ast Quarter .. 9th day, 6h. I3in. mom. 
New Moon .... loth diy, l!h. Im. afiem. 
First Quarter .. '2orrl day, 9h. 42m. mom. 
Full Moon .... 31st day. llh. !nn. mo>n. 
J '8 Der. l8t. flO; 8th, 19<* 29' N.; Ulh, 
0° J 2Ist. 19° 3.1' S. ; 29th, oo. 



M. 


L.of 


Dav's 


D.y 


D. 


Day. 


deer. 


bik. 


, 


It 33 


5 I 


4 9 


6 


II 13 


5 21 


4 18 


11 


10 54 


S 40 


4 26 


16 


10 34 


6 


4 35 


21 


10 16 


6 18 


4 43 


20 


9 57 


6 37 


4 :i\ 



Twil. 8 
i^nds 8emt-di. 



7 29 [ 
7 17i 
7 6 , 
6 55 
6 45 
6 36 



Day 
«< the 
Week. 



1 Th 

2F 

ds 



4 S 

5 M 

6Td 
7\V 
8Th 
9F 
10 S 



12 M 

13 Tu 

14 W 

15 Th 

16 F 

17 S 



18 S 

19 M 

20 Tc 

21 W 

22 Th 

23 F 

24 S 



25 S 

26 M 

27 Tu 

28 W 

29 Th 

30 F 

31 S 



Day 
of the 
Year. 



275 

276 

277 



278 
279 
280 
281 
282 
283 
284 



285 
286 
287 
288 
289 
290 
291 

292 
293 
294 
295 
296 
297 
298 



S Camb Mich. Termbgs 
I Plieasant Shooting b,^. 



17 Sunday afler Trinity. 



Oxford Mich. Term beg. 

18 Sunday after Trinity, 
[Old Atichaelmaa Day. 



299 
300 
301 
302 
303 
304 
305 



Sundays and 
Remarkable Days. 



19 Sunday after Trinity. 
ISt, Luke. 



2 ) Sunday after Trinity. 
St, Simon atid St. Jiide, 



Sun 
rise^. 



h. ni. 
6 3 



6 
6 

6 
6 
6 

6 12 
6 14 
6 16 
6 18 



Sun 
sets. 

h. Di. 

5 36 

6 33 
5 30 



6 19 
6 21 
6 23 
6 24 
6 26 
6 28 
6 29 



5 29 
5 27 
5 24 
5 22 
5 20 
5 18 
5 16 



6 314 58 
6 33 4 56 
6 35 4 54 



6 36 



6 38 4 50 



6 40 
6 42 



6 43 
6 45 
6 47 
6 49 
6 51 
6 52 
6 54 



4 52 



4 48 
4 46 



MONTHLY NOTICES. 

1. Mayor and assessors 
to hold an open court to re- 
rive the Burgeu L'*t* nn. 
der the Muniripal Reform 
Act, some time bern-een 
the 1st and 15th Oct.: 
three clear days* notice of 
such court being jjivpn 
The revised list to l»e kept 
by the Town . Clerk, and 
persons therein entered to 
be entitled to vote, accord, 
ing to the Act, from the 1st 
of November. 

2 * 3. Peterborough- 
cattle, horses, &^. f&c. 

2. Nottingham — ge^se, 
4. Denbigh — cattle, 

horses, sheep, &c. 

7. L.ist dav for Medical 
OflBcers sendlne quarterly 
lUts of I unatics prepared hy 
them toCierks totiuirdians 

9. Ammal licence to be 
taken out by Bankers, or 
others issuing promissory 
notes for money payable on 
dem»*nd, and allowed to be 
re.iisued. 

10. Last day for s^ndin^ 
quarterly lists of lunatics, 
as pr- pared by Medical 
OflScers. to the Commis- 
sion) r* in Lunacy, nnd co- 
pies of the same toCIerk to 
the Visitors of the Asvlum. 

10. Half-yearly dividend 
on various defscriptions of 
Stock becomes due. 

10 to 13. WeyhiH— sheep, 
horses, cattle, and Ropn. 

14. Fire Insurance due 
at ^Vlichaelmns must be 
paid by this day,- or the 
policy becomes void. 

17. Miidstone — horses, 
cattle, hops, &c. 

19. Quarter Sessions com. 
mence in this week. 

21. Elerefofd — cattle, 
sheep, buicer, hops. 

19 to 27. Market- Harbo- 
rough— cattle, !• ather, &c. 

29. Burton.on-'l>ent — 
horses. 

23, 21. Winchester -cau 
t1e,shpep,cheese,leather.&c 

26. Louth— horses.cattle, 
sheep. 

27. Bromsgrove— cattle, 
sheep, *c. 

28. Newcastle - upon - 
Tyne (nine days) — cattle, 
riieep, &c. 

31. Last day for Sup. 
Regis, sending quarterly 
returns of licences to Re. 
gistrar- General. 



Digitized by OOOglC 



1868.J 



NOVEMBER— Eleventh Month. 



1 



THE MOON'S CHANCJES. 
Last Quarter .. 7th day, Ih. 4f)m. aftern. 
New Moon .... 1 ith day, lOh.ASji. morn. 
First <JuartPr .. 22iid day, dh. 4(im. morn. 
Full Moon 30th day, Ih. Om, morn. 

U'sDec. 4th. ISO43' N.: lUh.QO; 17th 
lfl°4a'S. ; 25th, 00. 



MONIHLY NOTICES 

J. Borough Councillor 
to ho circled. 

1. Holiday at the Biinl 
Transfer Office. 

2. Frankfort - on - the 
Oder — manufacturer 
goods, &c. 

2. Cirencester — cattle 
sheop, liorses, &c. 
„5^,>icwc^j^gj^er- J .y m I 



cat lie 



ORDER FOR ALMANACS, 

1869. 




Messes. Knight & Co, will feel obliged 
by receiving Orders for anj of the witliin- 
mentioned Works as early in October as pos- 
sible; and any suggestions for improvement 
will be attentively considered. 

[tuun ovek. 



Mich, Term ends. 



29 <; 3fi4 Ufhe7it Sitmdatj. 

30 M \m5 St. Andrew. 



7 36j3 58 I ^^2, 
7 -^7^3 57 shPe, 



r 



39 

40 

7 4-2 

43 

4 



3 56 
3 55 
3 54 

3 54 



28 

30. 

tie, si 

30. 

— horJ-t 

q col 30. W 

'^ ^3 ( ^hpep an 



•rscs,cat. 
oths. 
Jdermen 
't^lfctpd. 
attle,&c. 
Scotch 

' horses, 

urrcy (S 
p.hcrscs. 
J ugh — 
"■hecp. 
*'(' tHken 
' pcr>on 
OMicy or 
'fH-toi or 
t. or ad- 
td as a 
by ov( ry 
in court, 
jer of an 
'^rtyland, 
jer,spe. 
Milan in 
j thenar. 

i' sending 
en t. Re- 
entries 
|rid Mnr. 
fterend 



'Very — 

— sheep, 
is. &c. 
rhorscs. 

the Su- 
istrar to 

entries 
nd Mar. 
tcr end- 
.' Regj.s- 



Digitized 



byGo®Qle 



10 



OCTOBER— Tenth Month. 



[1868. 



THE MOON'S CHANGES. 

Full Moon 1st day, 7h. 5Hm. aftem. 

I Ast Quarter . . 9ch day, 6h. I3m. mom. 
New Moon .... I5th diy, Uh. Im. afiern. 
First Quarter .. 2Sid dny, 9h. 42m. inrtm. 
Full Moon .... 3l»tday. Mh. !nn. men. 
J '8 De<-. 1st. QO; 8th, )9^ 29' N.; I4lh, 
0°; 2 1 St. igoSA'S.; 29th, oo. 



I^ of I Day's I D «y 1 Twil. I G) % 



1 
6 
11 
1& 

21 

20 



Day 


E 


/>. the 


<> 


V(««k. 


^, 


1 Th 


5 


2F 


2 


3S 


2 


4 S 


2 


5M 


2 


6Td 


2 


7\V 


2 


8Th 


2 


9F 


2- 


10 S 


2 


H S 


2i 


12 M 


2} 


13 Tu 


2( 


14 W 


21 


15 Th 


21 


16 F 


2! 


17 S 


2S 



18 S 

19 M 

20 "^ 
9 



MONTHLY NOTICES. 

1. Mayor and &<(sessors 
to hold an open court to re- 
riiie the Bur^eu L'tt* im. 
der the Muni<-ipal Reform 
Act, some time berwet-n 
the 1st and 15th Oct. : 
three clear days' notice of 
siK^h «Miiirt hping-^i>— — 



ay after THnity. 
on and St, Jude. 



6 43 


6 45 


6 47 


6 49 


6 51 


6 52 


6 54 



sheep. 

27. Brom.^grove— cattle, 
shepp, *c. 

28. Newcastle . upon . 
Tyne (nine days) — cattle, 
sheep. &c. 

31. Last d?iy for Sup. 
Regis, sending quarterly 
returns of licences to Re. 
gistrar. General. 



D i g i t i zod b' l 



.Google^ 



1868.J 



NOVEMBER— Eleventh Month. 



11 



THE MOON'S CHANGES. 

Last Quarter .. 7th day, Ih. 4nna. aflern. 
New Moon .. .. l4th day« I0h.55in. morn. 
First Quarter .. 2aiid day, <ih. 46m. morn. 
Full Moon ....30th day, lb. Om. morn. 

D'sDec. 4th. 190 43'N.: ilth.OO; 17th, 
19° 49' S. J 25th, OO. 



M. 


L.of 


DayV 


Day 


Twil. 


D. 


Day. 


deer. 


brk. 


ends. 


1 


9 36 


6 69 


4 59 


G 27 


6 


9 17 


7 17 


6 8 


6 19 


11 


9 


7 34 


5 16 


6 12 


l(i 


8 45 


7 49 


h 2^, 


G 6 


21 


8 30 


8 4 


h 30 


6 2 


26 


8 17 


8 \7 


5 H^ 


6 58 



0'8 



IG'IO" 
16 II 
16 12 
16 13 
in 14 
16 15 



Day D.jy 

of the nfihf 
Heek. Year. 



1 s 

2 M 

3 Tu 

4 W 

5Th 

7S 



8S 
9M 

10 Tu 

11 W 

12 Th 

13 F 

14 S 



16 M 

17 Ti- 
le W 

19 Tu 

20 F 

21 S 

22 S 

23 M 

24 Tr 

25 W 

2e) 'J H 
27 F 

•28 s 



306 

307 
308 
309 
310 
311 
312 



Sundays and 
Remarkable Day& 



S 21 Sunday after Trin 

I All Saifits. 

AH Souls. Mich. T. beg, 



Sun 
rises. 



313 

314 

315 
316 
317 
318 
319 



V 22 Sunday after Trin, 
i Cam.Micii.T.div.nooih 
S Pr. of Wales b. 1841. 
i Lord Ma>or*8 Day. 

St. Martin. HalfQuVr. 



6 56 



4 31 



; 58 

i 
3 
5 
7 

8 
10 



29 
27 
25 
24 
4 22 
20 



320 23 Sunday after Trinity. 

321 

322 

323 

324 

325 

326 Prs. Poyal b.lS40, 

24 Sunday after Trin, 
St. Cecilia. 



29 q 

30 M 



327 
328 
329 
330 
331 
332 
333 



19 

17 

]6 
14 
13 
11 
10 



7 29 4 



Mich. Term ends. 



334^ Advent Sunday, 
335 .S^ Andrew. 



7 31 


4 1 


7 3:? 


4 


7 31 


3 59. 


7 36 


3 58 


7 37 


3 57 


y 39 


3 56 


; 40 


3 55 


7 42 


3 54 


7 43 


3 54 


7 45 


3 53 



MONJHLY NOTICES. 
I. Borough Councillors 
to be clpcted. 

1. Holiday at the Bank 
Transfer Office. 

2. Frankfort - on - the - 
Oder — manufactured 
goods, &c. 

2. Cirencester — cattle, 
sheep, horses, &c. 

5 Newcastle.under.Lyme 
— cattle. 

5. Beverley — catlle, 
horses, and sheep. 

7. Rochdale — hor8eit,cat. 
tie, and woollen cloths. 

9. Mayor and Aldermen 

of Boroughs to be fleeted. 

9. Caemarvon,cattle,&c. 

11. Martinmas, Scotch 

Quarter-day. 

1 1 . Warwick — horses, 
cows, and sheep. 

13. Kingston, Surrey (8 
days)— cattle.sheep. horses. 
13. Loughborough — 
horses, cows, and >hecp. 

15. Certificatr i o he taken 
out yearly hv any person 
admitted as an attorney er 
solicitor, or as a proctor or 
writer to the sipnrt, or ad- 
mitted and enrolled as a 
notary public, and by ev<>ry 
sworn clerk, clerks in court, 
&c. J by any member of an 
inn of court in Kngland, 
acting as conveyancer, spe- 
cial pleader, draftsman in 
equity,not being at the bar. 
16. LHSt day for sending 
to the Superintendent. Re- 
gistrar copies of the entries 
<'f Births, Deaths. and Mnr- 
riaires,for the Quarter end. 
ing September 30. 

16, 17. Llundovery — 
cattle and pigs. 

17, 18. Andpver— sheep, 
horses, cheese, hops. &c. 

18.Boston(3days)— horses. 
20. Last day for the Su- 
perintendrnt - Registrar to 
send copies of the entries 
of Births, Deathe, and Mar. 
riagfes,forthe Quarter end- 
ing Sept. 30, to the Regis. 
trar.Gener|il. 

23. Louth— horses.cattle. 
24. Guildford — horses 

c-ittle, sheep, and hop? 

24. Bromsg'ove— cattle, 
sheep, &c. 

28 Gloucester — cattl e, 
pig?., horses &c. 

30. Wellington — cat- 
tie, sheep, &c. 

. 30. Warrington (9 days) 
— horj^es, cattle, and cloth. 

SOyWells — oxen, horses, 
sheep art«^t pies. 



Digitized by V^OOQIC 



12 



DECEMBER— Twelfth Month. 



[1868. 



THE MOON*S CHANGES. 

Gth day, 9h. 34iii. afl^ni. 

14th day, Ih. 33m. morn. 

2t«ndday, 4h. 28m. mom. 

!29thday, lh.48m. aftern. 

)'s Dec. 2nd, 19° 53' N. ; 8th, ()«>; 

15tb, 19° 56' S. ; 22nd, 0°; 29th. 190 57' N. 



0*» 
semi.di. 



I.a8t Q«arter 
New Moon . . 
First Quarter 
Full Moon 



M. 


L.of 


Day's 


Day 


Twil. 


D. 


Day. 


deer. 


brk. 
5 42 


ends. 
5 56 


1 


8 <> 


8 28 


6 


7 57 


8 37 


5 48 


5 55 


11 


7 51 


8 43 


5 52 


5 55 


16 


7 46 


8 48 


5 56 


5 56 


2i 


7 45 


8 49 


5 59 


5 58 


26 


7 46 


D.inl 


6 2 


6 1 



16' 16" 
16 17 
16 17 
16 18 
16 18 
16 18 



of the of the 
Week Year. 



ITu 

2 W 

3Th 

4F 

5S 

6S 
7M 
8Tu 
9 W 

10 Th 

11 F 

12 S 



336 
337 
338 
339 
340 



341 
342 
343 
344 
345 
346 
347 



Sundays and 
Remarkable Days. 



Sun Son 
rises, sets. 



Prtnce99offVale8 b. 1844. 



2 Sunday in Advent, 



h, 

7 46 
7 48 
7 49 
7 50 
7 52 



h. 

3 52 
3 52 
3 51 
3 51 
3 50 



13 S I ^^^ ^ Stmday in Advent. 

14 M 349 



jCamb. Mich. Tm. ends. 

XEmher Week. 

Oxford Mich. Term ends, 



15 Tu 


350 


16 W 


351 


17 Th 


352 


18 P 


353 


19 S 


354 


20 S 


355 


21 M 


356 


22 Tu 


357 


23 W 


358 


24 Tn 


359 


25 F 


360 


26 S 


36) 


27 S 


362 


2BM 


363 


29 T 


364 


30 W 


365 


31 Th 


366 



8 
8 1 
8 

8 



8 5 



4 Sunday in Advent. 
Winter Quarter begins. 
[St.Thomas. Short. day 



CHRISTMAS DAY. 
St, Stephen, 

1 Su^d. aft, Christmas, 

St. John, 
Innocents, 



3 50 
3 50 
3 49 
3 49 
3 49 
3 49 
3 49 



8 
8 
8 
8 
8 7 



8 


8 


8 


8 


8 


8 


8 


8 


8 


8 


8 


8 


8 


8 



MONTHLY NOTICES. 

1. Stamford — cattle. 

2. Eury St. Edmunds — 
cattle. 

2. Rotherham— cheese, 
cattle and horses. 

2. Bridgewater — cattle. 

4. Atherstone — horses 
and fat cattle. 

4. Dursley— catllejSheep 
and pigs. 

4, 5. Caernarvon — cattle. 

7. Bodmin — oxen, sheep, 
and cloths. 

7. Higham Ferrars — 
horses, homed cattle, and 
sheep. 

8, 9. Denbigh — cattle, 
horses, sheep, &c. 

8. Bromsgrove — cattle, 
sheep, &c. 

8. Barnstaple — cattle. 

9. Exeter--hor8es,cattIe. 

9. Hereford — cattle, 
cheese, and butter. 

9 and 10. Bradford, 
Yorkshire — hogs, cattle & 
pedlery. 

10. Retford— horses, &c. 
11 and 12. Bewdley — 

first day, ))og8 only; 2nd 
day, homed cattle, horses, 
cheese, Ac. 

11. Abingdon — horses 
and cattle. 

11. Boston— cattle. 
11. Worcester — cattle, 
sheep, and cheese. 

1 1 . Northampton— horses 
and cattle. 

14. Wellington— cattle. 
14.York (1 week)— horses. 

15. Ledbury— cattle. 
15. Tbirsk— cattle, hor- 
ses, sheep, leather. &c. 

17. St. Neots (Hunt.)— 

cattle. rcattle. 

17, Hornsea— horses and 

17- Kettering — sheep 

and cattle. 

17. Cheltenham — cattle 
and pedlery. 

18. Bicester' — "horses, 
cows, sheep, pigs, &c. 

19. Bedford— cattle. 
21. Election of Common 

Counrilmen 

31. Last dify^tf the Year. 
l^ose who have not been 
accustomed to keep an ac 
count of personal or house- 
hold prepenses should begin 
from this day. Tliose in 
trade who have not been 
accustomed to take an 
annual account of stock 
should he^in irom this 
day. Without cash-books 
and without stock books, 
trade is little better than a 
(tame of chnnce. 



3 49 
3 49 
3 49 

3 49 



3 50 
3 51 
3 51 
3 52 
3 53 
3 53 
3 54 



3 55 
3 56 
3 57 
3 58 
3 59 



Digitized by VaOOQlC 



INDEX TO IIST OF UNIONS, &a 

• Parishes under Board of Guardian*. 
{(sr»L) Gilbert's Incorporations. (L.A.) Places under Local Aotf. 



Aberaeron page 146 

Abergavenny 80 

AberystAvith 148 

Abingdon. 18 

Albans, St. 50 

Alcester 124 

Alderbury ' 128 

Alstonefield (G.I.) 108 

Alnwick 88 

Alresford 102 
Al8ton-with.Garrigill*28 

Alton 102 

Altrincham 24 

Alverstoke (G.I.) 102 

Amersham 20 

Amesbury 128 

Amp thill 18 

Andover 104 

Anglesey 146 

Arundel (G.I.) 120 

Asaph, St. 150 

Ash (G.I.) 116 

Ashbourne 30 

Ashby-de-la-Zouch 68 

Ashford, East 54 

Ashford, West 54 

Ashton-uuder-Lyne 5^ 

Aston 128 

Atcham 96 

Atherstone 126 

Auckland 40 

Austel, St, 26 

Axbridge 98 

Axminster 32 

Aylesbury 20 

Aylsham 82 

Bainbridge (G.L) 136 

Bakewell 30 

Bala 152 

Banbury 94 
Bangor & Beaumaris 148 

Bamet 50 

Bamsley 138 

Barnstaple 32 

Barrow-on-Soar 68 

Barton- upon-Irwell 60 

Barwick (G.I.) 140 

Basford 92 

Basingstoke 104 

Bale 100 

Battle 120 



Bedford 18 

Bedminster 100 

Bedwellty 80 

Belford 9o 

Bellingham 90 

Belper 32 

Berkhampstead 50 

Bermondsey* 116 

Berwick-on-Tweed 90 

Betlinal Green* 72 

Beverley 134 

Bicester " 94 

Bideford 32 

Bierley, North 140 

Biggleswade 18, 

Billericay 42 

Billesdon 68 

Bingham 92 

Birkenhead 24 
Birmingham (L.A.) 126 

Bishop's Stortford 50 

Blaby 68 

Blackburn ' 60 

Blandford 38 

Blean 54 

Blofield 82 

Blything 112 

Bodmin 26 
Bolton, 60 J Bootle, 28 

Bosmere & Clay don 112 

Boston 70 

Boughton, Great 24 

Bourn 70 

Brackley 86 

Bradfield 18 

Bradford (WUts) 128 

Bradford (Yorksh.) 140 

Braintree 42 

Bramley 140 

Brampton 30 

Brechaiock 146 

Brentford 72 

Bridge 54 
Bridgend &Cowbridge 150 

Bridgnorth 96 

Bridgewater 100 

Bridlington 134 

Bridport 38 

Brighton (L.A.) 120 

Brinton (GI.) 82 

Bristol (L.A.) 46 



Bromsgrove 


132 


Bromyard 


48 


Buckingham 


20 


Builth 


146 


Buntingford 


50 


Burnley 


60 


Burton-on-Trent 


lOd 



Bury 60 

Bury St. Edmund's* 112 

Caistor 70 

Calne 128 

Camberwell* 116 

Cambridge 22 

Camelford 26 

Canterbury (L.A.) 54 

Cardiff 150 

Cardigan 148 

Carlisle. 30 

Carlton (G.L) 140 

Carmarthen 148 

Carnarvon 148 

Castle Ward 90 

Catherington 104 

Caton(G.l.) 60 

Caxton & Arrington 22 

Cerne 38 

Chailey 120 

Chapel-en-le-Frith 32 

Chard 100 

Cheadle 108 

Chelmsford 42 

Chelsea* 74 

Cheltenham 46 

Chepstow 80 

Chertsey 1 16 

Chester (L. A.) 24 

Chesterfield 32 

Chester-le- Street 40 

Chesterton 22 

Chichester (LA.) 120 

Chippenham 130 

Chipping Norton 94 

Chipping Sodbury 46 

Chorley 60 

Chorlton 62 

Christchurch 104 

Church Stretton 96 

Cirencester 46 

Cleobury Mortimer 96 

ClerkenweU (L.A.) 7* 

Clifton 46 ^ 



14 



INDEX TO lilST OF TTl^IONS, ETC. 



;i30 



Glutton 100 

Cockermouth. 30 

Colchester 42 
Columb, St., Major 26 

Congleton 24 

Conway 150 

Cobkham ; 18 

Corwen 152 

Ccsford 112 

Coventry (L.A.) 126 

Cranbrook 54 

Crediton 34 

> Crickhowell 146 
Cricklade&Woot-) 
ton Bassett ] 

Croydon 116 

Cuckfield 120 

Darlington ' 40 

Dartford 54 

Daventry 88 

Depwade 82 

Derby 32 

Devizes 130 

DeirsburyC ' • • 140 

Docking 82 

Dolgelly 152 

Ddncaster •' 140 

Dorchester 38 

Dore 48 

Dbrking 116 

JDdver 64 

Downham 82 

Drayton 96 

Driffield 136 

Droitwich 132 

Droxford 104 

Dudley 132 

Diilverton 100 

Dunmow 42 

Durham 40 

Dursley 46 

Easington 40 

Easing wold 136 

Eastbourne 120 

East Grinstead 120 

East Hampstead 18 
East Preston (G.I.) 122 

East Retford 92 

Eastry 54 

East Stonehouse* 34 

East Ward 128 

Ecclesall Bierlow 140 

Edmonton 74 

'^Iham 66 

3smere 96 
22 



Epsom 

Erpingham 

Eton 

Eyesham 

Exeter (L.A.) 

Faith, St. 

Falmouth 

Fareham 

Faringdon 



116 

82 
22 

132 
34 
84 
26 

104 
20 



Famborough (G.I.) 104 

Famham 116 

Faversham 56 

Festmiog 152 

Flegg, East & West 84 

Foleshill 126 

Fordingbridge 104 

Forehoe 84 

Freebridge Lynn 84 

Frome 100 

Fulham 74 

Fylde, The 62 

Gainsborough 70 

Garstang 62 

Gateshead 40 

George, St. East* 74 

George, - St.', Hanr. \^^ 

Sqr*.(L.A.) ' ] '* 
George,St.,Southwk.*l 16 

Germans, St. 28 

GileSjSt, & St. Geo. 7 ^ . 
. Bloomsbury*(L.A;)J ' 

Glanford Brigg 70 

Glendale 90 

Glossop 32 

Gloucester 46 

Gods tone 116 

Goole 140 

Gower 150 

Gh-antham 70 
Grayesend & Milton 56 

Greenwich 56 

Guildford 118 

Guiltcross 84 

Guisborough 136 

Hackney 74 

HaUsham 122 

Halifax 142 

Halstead 44 

Haltwhistle 90 

Hambledon 118 

Hampstead* 74 

Hardingstone 88 

Hartismere 112 

Hartlepool 40 

Hartley Wintney 104 

Haslingden 62 



Hatfield 

Hayant 

Hayerfordwest 

Hawarden 

Hay 

Hayfield 

Headington 

Headley (G.L) 

Helmsley 

Helston 



52 
104 
154 
150 
146 

32 

94 
104 
138 

28 



Hemel Hempstead 62 

Hemsworth 142 

Hendon 76 

Henley 94 

Henstead 84 

Hereford 48 

Hertford 52 

Hexham 90 
Highworth&Swindonl30 

Hinckley 68 

Hitchin 52 

Holbeach 70 

Holbeck* 142 

Holbom 76 

HoUingboum 56 

Holsworthy 34 

Holyhead 146 

Holywell 160 

Honiton 34 

Hoo 56 

•Homcastle 72 

Horsham 122 
Houghton-le-Spriog 40 

Howden 136 

Hoxne 112 

Huddersfield 142 

Hungerford 20 

Hunslet* 142 

Huntingdon 52 

Hursley 106 

Ipswich 112 

Islington (L.A.) 76 

Ives, St. 52 
Jame8,St.We8t'.(L.A.)76 

Keighley 142 

Kendal l28 

Kensington* 76 

Kettering 88 

Keynsham 100 

Kidderminster 132 

Kingsbridge 34 

Kingsclere 106 

King's Lynn 84 

King's Norton 134 
Kin2f8CoiM>n-Hall (L.A.) 136 
Kingston-on-Thamesl 18 



INDEX TO LIST OF UNIONS, ETC. 



15 



Kirkby Moorside 138 

Knaresborough. 142 

Knighton 154 

Lambeth* 118 

Lampeter 148 

Lancaster 62 

Lanchester 40 

Langport 100 

Launceston 28 

Ledbury 50 

Leeds* 142 

Leek 108 

Leicester 68 

Leigh 62 

Leighton Buzzard ] 8 

Leominster 50 

Lewes 122 

Lewisham 56 

Lexden & Winstree 44 

Leyburn 138 

Lichfield 108 

Lincoln 72 

Linton 22 

Liskeard 28 

Liverpool* 62 

Llandilo Fawr 148 

Llandovery ' ' 148 

Llanelly 148 

LlanfyUin 152 

Llanrwst 150 
Loddon and Clavering 84 

London, City - 76 

London, East 76 

London, West 76 

Longtown 30 

Loughborough 68 

Louth 72 

Ludlow 98 

Luke's, St., (L.A.) 78 

Luton 18 

Lutterworth 68 

liVmington 1 06 

Macclesfield 24 

Machynlleth 162 

Madeley 98 

Maidstone 56 

Maldon 44 

Mailing 56 

Malmsbury 1 30 

Malton 138 

Manchester* 64 

Mansfield 92 

Margaret, St., & St. } ,q 

John(L.A.) S 

Market Bosworth 68 

Market Harborough 70 



Martin' s,St.,inFields» 78 
MarUey 134 

Mary-le-bone (L.-A.) 78 
Medway 66 

Melksham 130 

Melton Mowbray 70 
Mere 130 

Meriden 126 

Merthyr Tydfil 152 

Midhurst 122 

MildenhaU 112 

Mile End Old Town* 78 
Milton 68 

Mitford & Launditch 84 
Monmouth 80 

Montgomery&Pool(L.A.) 1 54 
Morpeth 90 

Mutford& Lothingland 1 1 2 
Nantwich 26 

Narberth 154 

Neath 162 

Neots, St. 62 

Newark 92 

Newbury 20 

Newcastle-in-Emlyn 148 

Newcastle-under-Lyme 108 

Newcastle-on-Tyne 90 

Newent 46 

New i'orest * 106 

Newhaven 122 

Newington, St. > .-.r. 

Mary(L.A.) ] ^^^ 

Newmarket 24 

Newport (Mon.) 82 

Newport (Salop) 98 

Newport Pa gneU 22 

Newton Abbot 34 
Newtown & Llanidloes 154 

Northallerton 138 

Northampton " 88 

North Aylesford 68 

Northleach 46 

Northwich 26 

North Wltchford 24 

Norwich 86 

Nottingham 92 

Nuneaton 126 

Oakham 96 

Qkehampton 34 

Olave, St. ' 118 

Oldham 64 

Ongar 44 

Ormskirk 64 

Orsett 44 

Oswestry (L.A.) 98 

Oundle 88 



Oxford (L.A.) 94 

Paddington* 78 
Pancras, St. (L.A.) 78 

Pateley Bridge 142 

Patrington 136 

Pembroke 164 

Penistone 142 

Penkridge HO 

Penrith 30 

Penzance 28 

Pershore 134 

Peterborough 88 

Petersfield 106 
Petworth " 122 

Pewsey 130 

Pickering 138 

Plomesgate 114 

Plymouth (L.A.) 34 
Ply mpton, St. Mary 36 

PocUington 136 

Pontefiact 144 

Pontvpool 82 

Pont'ypridd 162 

Poole 38 

Poplar 78 

Portsea Island 106 

Potterspury 88 

Prescot 64 

Presteigne 164 

Preston 64 
Preston,Great(G.I.) 144 

Prestwich 64 

PwllheU 160 

Radford 92 

Reading 20 

Redruth 28 

Reeth 138 

Reigate 118 

Rhayader 164 
Richmond (Surrey) ll8 
Richmond (Yorksh.) 138 

Ringwood 1 06 

Ripon 144 

Risbridge 114 

Rochdale 66 

Rochford 44 

Romford 44 

Romney Marsh 68 

Romsey 106 

Ross 60 

Rothbury 90 

Rotherham 144 

Rotherhithe* 118 

Royston , 62 

Rugby aOOgle If 
Runcorn 



16 



INDEX TO LIST OF UNIONS, ETC* 



Saddleworth* 144 

Saffron Walden 44 

Salford 66 
SaUsbury,City(L.A.)130 

Samford 114 

Saviour, St. 120 

Scarborough, 138 

Sculcoates 136 

Sedbergh 144 

Sedgefield 40 

Seisdon 110 

Selby 144 

Settle 144 

Sevenoaks 58 

Shaftesbury 38 

Shardlow 32 

Sheffield 144 

Sheppey 58 

Shepton Mallet 100 

Sherborne 38 

Shiffiial 98 

Shipston-on-Stoup 134 

Shereditch 78 

Shrewsbury (L.A.) 98 

Skipton 144 

Skirlaugh 136 

Sleaford 72 

SolihuU 126 

Southam 126 
Southampton (L.A.) 106 

South Molten 36 

South Shields 40 

South Stoneham 106 

Southwell 92 

Spalding 72 

Spilsby 72 

Stafford 110 

Staines 78 

Stamford 72 

Stepney 80 

Steyning 122 

Stockbridge 108 

Stockport 26 

Stockton 42 
StokeDamerell(L.A.) 36 

Stokesley 138 

Stoke-upon-Trent* 1 10 

Stone 110 

Stourbridge 134 

Stow 114 

Stow-on-the-Wold 48 

Strand 80 

S tratford- on-Avon 128 

Stratton 28 

*2*roud 48 

Tminster 38 

^hn-nr Hi. 



Sunderland 


42 


Sutton (G.I.) 


124 


SwaflFham 


86 


Swansea 


152 


Tadcaster 


144 


Tarn worth 


110 


Taunton 


102 


Tavistock 


36 


Teesdale 


42 


Tenbury 


• 134 


Tendring 


44 


Tenterden 


58 


Tetbury 


48 


Tewkesbury 


48 


Thakeham 


124 


Thame 


94 


Thanet, Isle of 


68 


Thetford 


86 


Thingoe 


114 


Thirsk 


138 


Thomas, St. 


36 


Thornbury 


48 


Thome 


144 


Thrapston 


88 


Ticehurst 


124 


Tisbury 


132 


Tiverton 


36 


Todmorden 


66 


Tonbridge 


58 


Torrington 


36 


Totnes 


36 


Towcester 


88 


Toxteth Park 


66 


Tregaron 


148 


Truro 


28 



Tunstead & Happing 86 

Tynemouth 90 

Uckfield 124 

Ulverstone 66 

Uppingham 96 

Upton-on- Severn 134 

Uttoxeter 110 

Uxbridge 80 

Wakefield 146 

Wallingford 20 

WalsaU 110 

Walsingham 86 
Wandsworth dcGlapham 120 

Wangford 114 

Wantage 20 

Ware 52 
Wareham & Purbeck 38 

Warminster 132 

Warrington 66 

Warwick 128 

Watford 52 



Weardale 42 

Wellingborough. 88 

Wellington (Salop) 98 

Wellington (Som.) 102 

Wells 102 

Welwyn 62 

Wem 98 

Weobley 50 

Westboume 124 

West Bromwich 1 10 
Westbury-on-Sevem 48 
Westbuiy&Whor- i ,^ 

welsdown J 

West Derby 66 

West Firle 124 

West Ham 46 

West Hampnett 124 

West Ward 128 

Wetherby 146 

Weymouth 38 

Wharfedale 146 

Wheatenhurst 48 

Whitby 138 

Whitchurch 108 

Whitchurch (Sal.) 98 

Whitechapel 80 

Whitehaven 30 

Whittlesey* 24 

Wigan 68 

Wight, Isle of 108 

Wigton 30 

Williton 102 

WUton 132 
Wimbome^Cranbome40 

Win canton 102 

Winchcombe 48 

Winchester, New 108 

Windsor 20 

Winslow 32 

Wirrall 26 

Wisbeach 24 

Witham 46 

Witney 94 

Wobum 18 

Wokingham 20 
Wolstanton&Burslem 110 

Wolverhampton 110 

Woodbridge 114 

Woodstock 94 

Worcester 134 

Worksop 92 

Wortley 146 

Wrexham 150 

Wycombe 22 

Yarmouth, Great* 86 

Yeovfl 102 



( 17 ) 

POOR LAW BOABD. 



THE RT. HON. THB EARL OF DEVON, PreHdent, 

THE LORD PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL. 

THE LORD PRIVY S^AL. 

THE SECRETARY OP STATE FOR THE HOME DEPARTMENT. 

THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER. 

Secretaries. 

Hehrt Flemino, Esq. 

g. sclatbb-booth, £sq., m.p. 

Ametetaat BeoretarleB. 

WiLLTAM GoLDBN LuMLET, EsQ., Bairister-at-Law. 
Fbakcis Fletcher, Esq. 

Peer &aw Inepeetom. 

Edward Gulboh, Ebq. A. 

William Henbt Tooyet Hawlet, Esq. • . B. 

William A. Peel, Esq •0. 

Sib John Jameb Walshah, Bast. ' , . . D. 

Richard Babil Cane, Esq E. 

John Thomas Gbayes, Esq., Barrister-at-Law . F. ^ 
Andrew Doyle, Esq., Barrister-at-Law ' . .0. 
Harby BurrardFarnall^Ebq., C.B. . . . H. 
Uyedalb Gorbbtt, Junr., £sa., Barrister-^t-Law. \ j 

Db. W. O. Markham, M.D \ ^' 

Robert Hedley,^bq. J. 

Db. Edward Smith, M.D.,F.R.8. • . ' . E. 
John Lambebt, Esq. .«•••• 

HeeeftTer of Common "Botipt Fund. '. 

John Lambert, Esq. 

BKedioal Officer of tbe Board. 

Dr. Edward Smith, M.D., F.B^S. 

IVorMlioiiee BcMool Znspeetom. 

E. Carleton Tufnbll, Ebq^ 
H. G. BowYEB, Esq. 
T. B. Browne. Esq. 
E. H. WoDEHouBE, Esq. 

PriulU SeertUurw U> the President— Henry Reginald Coarteiutj, Esq. 

Cki^CltrkJbr Ojfiee Managment^Uxigh Owen, Ekj. 

Cki^ Clerk for OorreatHmdenee—ii. Sulton, E«q- _ ^ „ „, ^ . 

Clerks, First Oass-^A. H. Montuccl, T. Auftiin, D. P. Fry, W. C. GI«n, F. Pordy, 
J. Bellamy, H. Owen, jun. E^in. 

J, fi^Hffi f* w Sftvase £sQ. 

Clerks^ Second CUms^—eJ Adrian, f . H. Jarrit, H. C. Lloyd, G. J. Bauke. O, 
W. Burrow. T. Harries, C. Geer, J, Jorden, A. Slmner, T.- Winning, H. C. Mott, 
W A. Mason, O. Clark, C. J. Fluck, W. Tompkins, J. Palmer, E. Mence, A. T. 
Howell, B. Montague. A. C. Bauke, G. B. Gattie, R. C. Austin, W. H. Cop*, N. C. 
Walsh, R.B. Allen, F. SteTens, Esqrs. 

aerks. SuppUmentary Class— T. L. Austin, J. H. Reade, R. M. Barton, C. Baker. 
A. IX Adrian, E Rows©, W. L. Simner, O. Le Neve Foster, H< Thomas, Eoqn. 

(MI«e iCeqier— Baker Steggall. „ ^. , 

?««MfV0r«— Robert Bnrch, C. Bromley, R. Gpsen, H. ClArke. • 

Office : Whitehall, London, S.W. Houts, tTom 10 till 4^^ 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



18 



THB VNIOK, PABISH, A1CI> BOABI> OF HEALTH OFFICERS^ 



LIST OP UNIONS formed by the Foob Law Commissionebs and the 
Acts, together with the Area and Population (in 1861) of each Union, 
Inspectors' and Audit Districts in which the several Unions, &c., are 
of the Clerks and Treasurers ; the Names of the Chairmen and Yice- 
the Names of the Medical Officers ; the Names and Addresses of th.e 
Certificates of the Workhouse Teachers ; and the Workhouse Accom- 



Counties and j 


|| 


n 


"S^ 


l£ 


11 




Chairmen 


"^ 


Unions, Area in | 


is "O 


-1 


S-s 


■i-c 


Clerks and Treasurers. 


and 




Acres, and a 
Population in 1861.^ 


rt 3 


wo 


^i 


CL-S 


1-^ 




Vice- Chairmen. 




O 


|i3 


^Q 








Bedfordsb: 


















AmptbUl . . 11 


25 





rh.f 


c. 




Clerk, J. Wright, 


RcT. J. W. C. Cam- 




A. 41,551 












Atupthillll 


pion 




P. lft,»70 












7Vefl*.,Jas.HackTuke 
(Bank), Ampthill 


E. Crouch 




Bedford . . 4. 


47 


24 


s. 


c. 




CLf M. Sharman, 


C. L. Higgina 




A. 97,320 






f.s. 






Bedford 


G. Hurst 




P. 38,0d9 












TV.. Tbamas Barnard, 


J. Thomas 




js. 












Bedford 








S 33 


9 


W. 


c. 




Cf.,T. J. Hooper, Big- 


C Bamett 




A. 58.041 






f. 






gleswade 


Rer. J. H. Hewlett 




P. 25,303 












TV., George Newbery, 
Bank, Biggleswade 






IieigrhtonBtasxard 1 


2» 


5 


F. 


c. 




CI, J. Newton, Leigh- 


B. T. Fountaine 




A. 38,1715 












ton Buzzard 


S. Hopkias 




P, 17,648 












TV., Francis Bassett, 
Leigh ton Buzzard 






Luton . . 1 


4 21 


6 


M. 


c. 




C7.,T. E. Austin , Luton 


C. S. Benning 




A. 40336 






f.s. 






TV., Edward Lucas 


W. Shepheard 




P. 30,712 












(Banker), Luton 






Wobum . . 1 


20 


8 


F.f. 


c. 




CI., W. H. Smith, Wo- 


Lord C. J. F. Russell 




A. 99,603 












bum 


J. W. Foil 




P. 11,684 












TV., Francis Bassett, 






Berksldres 










Iieij?hton Buzzard 






i Abingdon . . 4 


43 


13 


M. 


K. 




a., B. Ch alienor. 


J. S. Bowles 




Aw 57,535 












Abingdon 


J. Litchfield 




P. 20361 1 












TV,, James Palmer 








j 










Hammett> (London 


















and County Bank,) 
Abingdon 






Bradfield. . 9 


10 30 


19 


Tu. 


K. 




CI,, J. C. Finniger, 


Rev.T. Stevens 




A. 62,166 












Newbury 


H. Poole 




P» 15,771 












TV., Charles Stephens, 
(Banker), Reading 






CooUiam . . 


7 15 


8 


w. 


K. 




CI., C.Brown, Maiden- 


J. Hibbert 




A. 20,588 












head 


J. Mills 




P. 13331 












TV., William Blandy, 
Reading 


T 




£astham|xitead 


5 14 


11 


Th.f 


K. 


2 


CT.,C.CaTe. Bracknell 


Sir W. Morshead, 




A. 25,176 












TV., John Siniondj, 


Bart. 




P. 1,43* 












Bank, Reading 


H. Goddard 


i 



, ^. _. .. + Koi List of nistrict Auditors, see p. 158. 

» which the letter f. It added to the letter denoting the day of the Guardian*' 



• For T.in of Inspectors, see p. 17. 

finalieaee '-''- -'^-' 

meetlmts fake 
•bIj. Whfre ' 
I The OTerk 
^IteMitMrjrr 



*ho8e 



iDlace fortoightly. The letters f.s show that they meet fortnightly in the Summer Inotithl 

tbeee letter* *i» abeent. the Guardians mejt weekly. ^ '"* 

I'The Clerk* to Am QvatiimM ara alee Clerks ta th* AMatsment Oomm^t^e^jji^^^ Unions, nnle«, ,tate,^ 



POCKET AliMANAC AND 6UIDB. 

FooB Law Boabd, Unions under Gilbert's Act, and Places under Lo 
&c., the Number of Parishes, and of Elected and Ex-ofiicio Guardians ; 
situate ; the Day of Meeting of the Guardians ; the Names and Addres 
Chairmen ; the Districts, Names, and Addresses of the Relieyinc 0£Bce 
Masters, Chaplains and Medical Officers of Workhouses ; the Names i 
modation of each Union. — Corrected up to December 20, 1867, 



Relieving OfDcera and 
DistricU. 



The UnUm, T. H. Lane, 
Ampthill 

Northern, W. Jones, "Re^- 
ford ^ Southern, J. M. 
Priest, Bedford 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Northern, S. T. Gvynn, 
Sandy ^t. Ifeotn-Southem, 
A. Jelf, Henlow, Btggrles- 
wade 

TheUni&n, J.Mead,Leighton 
Buzzard 



Luton, C. Maffey, Luton — 

Dunttdble, D. 6. GUbey, 

Dunstable 
The Union, H. Matthews, 

Husbome Crawley, Wo- 

bam 

First, 6. Pick.ett, Abingdon 
—Second, W.G. Salisbury, 
NnnehamCourtney,Abing- 
dem— Third, J. Bartlett, 
Fyfield, Abingdon 

No, U W« &. Bunce, Theale, 
Reading— Aa. 2. J. V. 
Ward, Yattendon, New- 
bory 

The Union, R. Painter, 
Pinkney's Green, near 
Maidenhead 



The Union, G. Slarke, 
Easthampstead, Bracknell 



M. F. Ercrshed, W 
W. Milligan, M.D., 
C. C. Balding. W. S. 
Slinn 

G. P. Goldsmith, C. 

Sprigge, M.D., R. D. 

Hacon, G. Robinson, 

J. B. Bodilly, N. God 

frey, R. S.Stedman,P. 

H. Banks 

C. P. Stevens, W. H. 
Hilliard,H.Raynes, 
R. Hicks, J.Thomp* 

G. S. D. HarrU 



K. Tomson, J. Benson, 
G. C, Hicks, M.D., 
F. Fair, H. Bate 

T. N. Trew, T. Ma- 
gor, B. L. Haw- 



P. Martin, D. Stone, 
J. S. Barrett. M.D., 
C. Hemming, W. C. 
By ass, U.B. Spencer 



R. Cox, F. Taod, G. F. 
Fox, S. W. Kidgell, 
fi.J.Blytb,J.Breach 



S.A. Plumbe^J. Westell, 
G.R.Robson, J.Tay- 
lor 



T. Croft, J.Swindale, 
T. S. Hewitt, W. 
DavU 



Worlihouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teacher*. 



D. W. Eaton, Ampthill 
Rev. G. Maule, Ampthill 
A. Erershed (M.O.*) 

J. W. Rattray, Bedford 
Rev. W. H. Bond 
G. E. Prior, M. D. (M.O.) 
Thomas Carrington, Pr. 1 
Jgne Giddings, C. 3t 

H. Laney, Biggleswade 
Rev. H. Buttanshaw 

C. P. Stevens (M.O.) 
Adelaide Sickle 

J. Wnrsley, Leighton Buss. 

Rev. W.Richards 

G. S. D. Harris (M.O.) 

Charles EUiott, Per^ 

Ann EtUottyPr. 

J. Gardner, Luton 

Rer. J. O'Neill, Luton 

K. Tomson (M.O.) 

H.J3ristow,Wobum [bum 

Rev. S. F. Cumberledge, Wo- 

H. Veasey (M.O). 

Mary A. Davis 

J. Clarke, St.Helen Without, 

Abingdon 
Rev. E. T. VL, Harper 

D. Stone (M.O.) 
Francis Green, C. 1 
Elizabeth Green, Pr. 1 
J. Hoare, Bradfield, Reading 
Rev. J. Robinson 
R. Cox (M.O,) 
Frederick J. BovU,C, 2 
Sarah Bostock {enhead 
W. Malyon, Cookham, Maid- 
Rev. J. L. Roberts, Maiden- 
S. A. Plumbe (M.O.) [head 
Charles Leabourne, C. 3 
MaryE.Dorrell [Bracluiell 

J. Col«, Easthampstead, 
Rev. E. H. Whinyates 
T. Croft (M.O.) 
George Gibbons^ Pr. 1 



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^A 


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E i ; 


Chairmen 


Area in Acres, :^ 

and ja 

Population in IRGT, ^ 


-1 


II 
^1 


11 




5 £ Clerks and Treasurers. 

T! at. 


and 
Vice-Chairmen. 


BERKSHlRE-co«^ 

Faringdon. 

A. »4,207 


31 


36 


14 


Tu. 


K. 


47 


CU, G. J. Haines, Far- 

ingdon 


T. L. Goodlake 
W. T. Kinch 


P. 15,688 














TV., Joseph Clark, 
Faringdon 




HuBg^erford 


22 


29 


9 


W. 


K. 


47 


CT.,H.E.ABtley,Hun- 


G. C. Cherry 


A. 98,287 








f.s. 






gerford 


J. Miles 


P. 19382 














7V.,JobnWflliamBur- 
mester (London and 
County Bank) Hun- 




Newbury . 


18 


23 


10 


Tu. 


K. 


2 


CLy J. Tanner, Speen- 


H. R. Eyre 


A. 42,956 








f.8. 






bamland, Newbury 


£. Seymour 


P. 19,999 














TV., Charles S. Slocock 
(Banker), Newbury 




Reading • 


3 


15 





Tb. 


K. 


3 


CLyi. Pike, Reading 


J. 0. Taylor 


A. 4^99 














TV., Henry Simonds, 


R.C. Hurley 


P. 25376 














Bridge^., Reading 




Wallingford . 


29 


30 


3 


Tu. 


K. 


2 


CU, J. Carthew, Wal- 


W. Franklin 


A. 40360 














lingford 


J. P. King 


P. 14,017 














TV., Edward Wells, 
WalUngford 




Wantage . 


34 


37 


4 


Ta. 


K. 


47 


Cl.y E. Ormond, 


Rev. J. F. Collins 


A. 75,700 








f.s. 






Wantage 


W. Palmer 


P. 17,308 














TV., Charles Samuel 
Slucock, Newbury 




Windsor . 


6 


18 


7 


Tu. 


K. 


27 


C/.,6.H.Long,Wind- 


P. H. Crutchley 


A. 22,407 














sor 


G. P. Heyward 


P. 21,301 














TV., Hon. Leslie Ruth- 
ven, Windsor 




Wokingham . 


16 


20 


18 


Tu. 


K. 


2 


CI., W. W. Wheeler, 


A. W. Young 


A. 42,226, 








f.s. 






Wokingham 


J. Maynard 


P. 14,455 














TV., John Simonds, 




Buoklngr- 
bainsliirei 

Amersbam 














(Banker), Reading 




12 


18 


12 


Tu.f 


K. 


a 


C^,G. Isaacson, Amer- 


T. T. Drake 


A. 49,840 














sham. Au. CI., H. 


Rer. C. Lloyd 


P. 18,240 














Bedford 
TV., Thomas Butcher, 
jun. (BaiAer), Ches- 
ham 


J. Gumey 


Aylesbury 


40 


48 


15 


W. 


K. 


3 


Cl.f Joseph Parrott, 


E. Stone 


A. 73,364 














Aylesbury 


H. Gumey 


P. 23,600 














TV., Zacharias Daniel 
Hunt, Aylesbury 




BucUughatn . 


30 


3*^ 


12 


S. f. 


K. 


3 


C/.,H. Heam,Bucking^ 




A. 51,909 














ham 




P. 13,735 














TV., Edward Parrott 
(Banker),Bucking- 


T. Painter 
S. M. Allen 
















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Relieying Officers and 
Districts. 



Workhouses. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Masters, Chaplains. Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



Faringdon and Sucklandj 
J. Jefferies, jun.. Paring* 
dou — Shrivenham, T. 
Wright, Longoot, Swindon 

Lambaum, L. Harper, 
Lambourn, Hungerford — 
Hungerford, C. T. Wood- 
ham, Hungerford — Great 
Bedwyn, E. Chapman, 
GreatBedwyn,Hungerford 

No. 1, A. J. Goodyear, New- 
bury — No, 2, C. Rogers, 
Donnington Road, New- 
bury— iVo. 3, J. Hattatt, 
Thatcham, Newbury 

The Union, G. S. Bonner, 
Reading— ii#^to»f ditto 
for Vagrants, J. Purchase 



F. C. Spackman, J 
Knill,M.D.,H.Ma8ke- 
Iyne,R.G. Wollaston, 
M.D. 

HarryP.Mn|or.M.D. 
E. J. L., Whitmore, 
H. Palmer, P. 
Arthur, M.D., John 
Lidderdale, M.D. 



R. Gorton, 6t. Faringdon 
Rev. R. J. Budd, Faring- 
don 
F. C. Spackman (M.O.) 
Susannah Tucker, G. 1 
J. Hale, Hungerford 
Rev.J*.B.Anstice, Hungerfd. 
H. P. Major, M.D. (M.O.) 
John Draper 
Jane Wyers^Vr. 1 



H.Bursey.T.H.Haw 
kin8,G. Watts 



C. Vines, H. H. Mug- 
geridge, F. Work- 



WalUngford, J. Goodchild, 
WtlUngSord—Cholsep, J. 
Walters, Aston Tirrold, 
WalUngford 

No, 1, J. Read, Wantage 
—No, %, W. Tanner, East 
Ilsley, Newbury 

f91ndsor, W. Simms, Wind- 
sor— i^Aom, E. Simmons, 
Bgfaam, Chertsey 

North, E. Herrington, Twy- 
ford, Reading — South, 
W, C, Beechey, Woking- 



C.A. Barrett, J. Breach, 
W. C. By ass 



W. R. H. Barker, T. F. 
Clarke, M.D., W. 
Lightfoot, A. M. Ro- 
binson, W. J. Wood 

E. Pearl, C. V. Ridout, 
W. B. Brown 



E. Weight, J. Taylor, 
N. Crisp, B. Brooks 



Ist, W. Bryan, Amersham 
—%nd,K. Scarr, Chesham, 
Amersham 



Ao.l, A.Horwood, AatonClin- 
ton, Tring— iVo. 2, T. H. 
Uowlett, Cuddington, Ay- 
lesbury— iVo.3, T. Horton, 
Whitchurch, Aylesbury 

First, R, M.Jones, Bucking- 
ham — Second, Richard 
Kingf Tingewick, Buck- 
ingham 



W.Prowae, B.A.Brick- 
well,A. Kirkland,F. 
J. Wadd, G. T. 
Smeathman, G. Fai- 
thorn 

G. Hooper, E. Pope, 
R. Ceely, C. Spencer, 
R.W. WUcox, R. Lee, 
T. Knight 

F. Duke, R. Death, 
W. P. Somerset 



T. Ward, Newbury 

Rev.G. M.Walkem 

F, E. Ryott (M.O.) 

James F. Turner 

Helen Soane 

E. W. Pooock, St. Mary, 

Reading 
Rev. G. J. Tubbs 
T. L. Walford (M.O.) 

J. Palmer, St.Mary the More, 
WalUngford [ford 

Rev. N. Denton, Walling- 

C. A. Barrett (M.O.) 

RAllnutt I JaneM.Bantin 

W. Kight, Wantage 

Rev. W. J. Butler, Wantage 

W. R. H. Barker (M.O.) 

Thomas Ryman 

J. S. PuUin, Old Windsor 

Rev. J. St. John Blunt 

C. V. Ridout (M.O,; 
W.Hoddlnott I Jul, Pullin 

W. A. Norry, Wokin^rham 

Rev. W. O. P. Wilson, 
Wokingham 

E. Weight (M.O.) 

H. Warr, Amersham 
Rev.E. T. Drake,Amersham 
W. Prowse (M.O.) 
Alfred Packwood, Pr. 2 
Elizabeth Gillett, Pr. 1 

, Aylesbury 
Rev. A. W. Howell, Ayles- 
R. Ceely (M.O.) j[bury 
Wm, Nunn, V, 3 
Ada L, PumeU, Pr. 1 
W. White, Buckingham- 
Rev. D. Watkins 

F. Duke (M.O.) 
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AieainAcires, -2 g'S^'S'S 

and L«W§>^s 

Popalation in IftSl.l ^1 p W e 






BUCKlllfiHAMSH.-c». 
Eton . 

A. 41,589 
P. 32^53 



Newport Pag- 
nell 

A. 60,981 
P. 34^55 



Winalow . 

A. 34.115 
P. 9,305 



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17 



Wycombe . 30 
A. 81,308 
P. 35,138 



Cambrldfire- 
sure 8 

Cambridge 

A. 3^70 
P. 36^1 



Gazton and Ar- 
rington 

A. 49,885 
P. 10,960 

Cbeaterton . 

A. 76,738 
. P. 35,083 



14 



W.f 



K. 



my 



A. 77,904 
P. 31,891 



Linton 

A. 48,739 
P. 13,510 



10 



37 



43 



38 



W.f 



M.f. 



10 



W. 
f.s. 



Ttt.£ 



Th^ 



W. 



C. 



Clerks and Treasurers. 



Chairmen 

and' 

ViGe-Chairmen. 



H. 



CL, R. H. Barrett, Eton 

Assist.CL, 

Tr., Viscount Xirk- 
aldie, (Messrs. Ne- 
▼ile, Reid, and Co.'s 
Bank,) Windsor 

CL, William PoweU, 
Newport Pagnell 

TV., Francis Bassett, 
Leighton Boxzard 



e«., D.T.Willis, Win- 
slow 

TV., John King, Win- 
slow 

Ch, T. J. Reynolds, 
High Wycombe 

TV., Thomas Wheeler 
(Banker), High 

Wycombe 



CI., J. D. Fetch, Cam- 
bridge 

TV., George Ebeneaser 
Foster, (Banker,) 
Cambridge 



4 C/., H. Mortlock,Cax- 
ton 

TV., John Geoi^e Ford- 
ham, Royston 

CL, F. Barlow, Cam- 
bridge 

TVm George Ebenezer 
Foster (Banker), 
Cambridge 



Cl,» G.S. Claxton, Ely 
TV.,Geoi^e Ebenexer 

Foster (Banker), 

Cambridge 

CI., J.T. Collin, Saffron 

Walden 
TV., George Ebeneser 

Foster (Banker), 



J. A. Edwards 
C. S. Cantrell 



W. G. Doncan 
F. Coales 



p. Dannoey 
H. Monk 
J. Morris 



J. Hunt 
W.W.Read 
J. S. Hobbs 



J. Cooke 
C. Ingrey 
H. Frevch 



A,. Sperling 
T.V.Webb 
S. Francis 



R. Sparrow 
W. 8. Wiles 



H. W. Martin 
W. Martin 
J. Ladda 



Rer. E. 8. Daniel 
T. Chalk 
J« Hay ward 



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Relieying Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Wurkbouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers, 



Uf,H.A.Ab6rdeen^loagh— 
indfH J.Rogren,Bumham, 
Maidenhead 



Fenny Stratford, T. Chew, 
Great Brickhill,Bletcliley 
—Olney, W. Morris, Olney, 
Newport Pa^ell — New- 
port PagneU, R. Hales, 
Newport Pa^ell 



The Union, W. Minter,Win- 
slow 



6. J. Caiam, A. J. 
Soutliey,W. W.Lead- 
am,M.D.,F.J.Wadd, 
J.Wyard,G.H.Mac- 
namara^W. U.Bu^e, 
G. Holmes 

W. G. Daniel], G. 
Whitton, T. N. Key- 
gate, 6. O. Rogers, 
ip.Deyns, N.Godfrey, 
W. Heygate, D. M. 
WilUams,H.yeasey] 
J.B.BodiUy,H.HaUey 

J. Denne, T. Newham, 
J.St.T.Wynter 



U#, W. H. Kirby, High Wy- 
combe— Snd, J. 6. Russell, 
Great Marlow— 3r<f,J.BeU, 
Monk's Risboroagh, Ris- 
borough — \th, J. J.Painter, 
Stokenohurch 



First, F.Beddall.Gambridge 
—Second, J.B.Shedd, Gam- 
bridge— 7%lrii,J.Apchorpe, 
Cambridge 



W. Rose, J.Tumer, W. 
J. Shone, T. A. War- 
ren, G. T. Smeath- 
man, • H, Willson, 
R.Lee, J. Cheese, G. 
B. Price, R.M. Bow- 
stead, M.D., W. H. 
Hayden, T.CIarkson 

E. Knowles, J. Buck- 
enham, T. Green 



7Xe Union, B. Porter, 
Bourn, Caxton 



Fniboum, W. Saunders, 
Chesterton, Cambridge — 
WmiMgham, G. Smith, 
Willingham, Cambridge 



Ely, a CIaxton,Ely— J7iuf. 
denham, A. Markwell, 
Haddenham, Ely 



lAnten, J. Hodson, Linton 
—Duatford, R. Hopwood, 
Ickleton* Saffron Walden 



A. J. Wright, T. G. 
Brook, E. J. Carrer, 
H. Raynea, H. Trim- 
mer, M.D. 

J. A. Ramsay, W. 
Kno^. R. S. Ellis, £. 
Knowles,J.T. Beck, 
R. O. Arnold 



D. MacUntosh, M.D., 
G. Cole, H. Nichol, 
W.J.Merlin,R. Mn- 
riely C* Farrar, J. 
Muriel 

. Ireland, - Fredk. 
Prince, T. Prince 



J. T. H. Sinkins,Upton 

Chalyey, Slough 
Rey. R. J. Simpson 
W, U. Ba&e (M.O.) 



R. Hales, Newport PagipeU 
Rot. a. L. C. Heigham, 

Newport PagneU 
H. Hailey (M.O) 
John Turner, Pr S 
EUxabeth Jeves, Pr. 1 



W. Minter, Winslow 

Rey. J. W. Hayward 

J. Denne (M.O.) 

Harriet IVhUfield 

G.Starkey, Saunderton,Rui- 
borough 

G. Roberts, Bledlow, Sto- 
kenohurch 

Rev. T. Little 

R. M. Bowstead (M.O.) 

Robert Stacey, Bff. 3 

Emily Waller, Pr. 1 

Emma CUtydon, Pr. S 

T. L. Hosegood, St. Andrew 
the Less, Cambridge. 

Rev. J. Orman 

R. Ransom (M.O.) 

John Reach' 

Jane Wright 

p. W.Alger, Caxton 

ReT. 

A. J. Wright (M.O.) 
Porter 



T. Reeyes,Che8terton,Cam- 
bridge 

Rev. fi. A. Smedley, Ches- 
terton, Cambridge 

J. T. Beck (M.O.) 

Wimam Skinner, Pr. S 

Eleanor Skinner 

A. Smith, Saint Mary, Ely 

Rev. S. Smith, Ely 

R. Muriel (M.O.) 

Joseph Sobin,Pr.2 

Sarah A ^ Bobin, Pr. 1 

P. Hagger, Linton 

Rev. J. Singleton 

£. Ireland (M.O.) 

Elizabeth Daw, Pr. t 



274 



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450 

no 



876 



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Population in 1861. ^ 


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CAMBRlOGESH.-crt. 


1 I 
















Newmarket . 29J 36 | 


12 


Tu. 


D. 


4 


Cl.t T. Ennion, New- 


Lord G. J.Manners, 




A. 97,373 












market 


M.P 




P. 2S,675 












TV., Charles Eaton 
Hammond, New- 
market 


W. S. Peddar 
M. Slater 




North Witch- 


r 25 


5 


w. 


H. 


4 


C/.,T.Tnsting, March 


Rev. A. Peyton 




ford 












Tr., Algernon Peck- 


J. Pope 




A. 59,823 












over, Wisbecli 


T. Richards 




P. 14,791 


















Whittlesey 


1 20 


4 


Tu. 


H. 


4 


CI., J. Peed, Whittle- 


Z. Livett 




A. 25,131 












sey, Peterborough 


J. Blunt 




P. 6,966 












TV., Algernon Peck- 
over, Wisbech 






Wisbech . 2 


2 45 


7 


Th. 


H. 


31 


CL, G. D. Collins, 


Rev.W. D. Dieppe 




A. 131,535 












Wisbech 


T. N. Neale 




P. 33,309 












TV., William Peck- 
over, Wisbech 


J. Peck 




OlieBbire ; 


















A ^incham < ^ 


9 46 


18 


w. 


E. 


21 


C^, J. B. Cutter, Knuts- 


C. Balshaw 




A. 73,665 






f.. 






ford 


J, Whiteiegg 




P. 40,517 












TV., Joseph Woodcock, 
Knutsford 






B gnhead 


9 13 


13 


Tu.f 


G. 


5 


Cl.» P. Gregory, Bir- 


W. Henderson 




A. 23,8&« 












kenhead 


T. Evans 




P. 61,420 












TV., George Rae, 
Bank, Birkenhead 






Bough ton, Gt. 8 
A. 73,782 


4 84 


12 


S. f. 


G. 


5 


C/., E. Evans, Chester 


Rev. W. Ellwood 














TV.,James Smith (Old 


C. Chew 




P. 19,000 




, 








Bank) Chester 


R. Button 




: * Chester, City . 


9 74 


7 


Th. 


G. 


5 


C/., W. Keartland, 


R.Littler(Gorcrnor) 




A. 2,758 












Brook-stre e t,Ch e st e r t 


S. Davies 




P. 29,408 












Tr.» James Rogers, 
Chester 


H. Essery 
M. Harrison 
A. Banks 




Congleton . . 
A. 52,889 


J3 39 


14 


P.f. 


E. 


2l' 


C/., J. Latham, Sand- 


R.Wilbraham 














bach 


G. W. Latham 




P. 34,328 












TV., Joseph Clulow 
Washington (Ban- 
ker), Congleton 






' Macclesfield . 


11 50 


19 


Tu. 


E. 


21 


CT.,J. May, Maccles- 


J. Myott 




A. 81,561 












field 


C. Nichols 




P. 61,543 












TV., Peter Pownall 

Brocklehur8t(Banker^ 


J. Haywood 




1 1 1 1 


' Macclesfield ' 1 




» Under 1 


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id. 






f 


Clerk to the Guardiaiw 

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POCKET ALMANAC AND GUIDB. 



Relieving OfBcen ,aiid 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 






Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers and Teachers. 



o ! 

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TVtf. 1, 1. Anderson, Burwell, 
Cambridge — No, 2, H. 
Maiden, Sotaam, New- 
market— JVb. 3, C. Milling- 
ton, Woodditton, New- 
market 

March, J. Boon, March-^ 
Chatteris, J. I. Saunders, 
Chatteris 



The Parish, J. Aveling, 
Whittlesey* Peterborough 



Wisbech, St. Peter*s, J. 
Jnde, Wisbech — Marsh- 
land, R. Falkner. Walso- 
ken, Wisbech 



Altrincham, J. Card well 
Altrincham — Lymrn^ W. 
Fairhurst, Lymm, War- 
rington — Knutsford, T. 
Booth, Knutsford— W^»/ot- 
slowt W. Norbury, Wilm- 
slow, Manchester 

The Union, M. McNerney, 
Birkenhead — Assist, ditto, 
G-CCampbell, Birkenhead 

Tattenhall, J. Maddock, 
Handley, Chester — Great 
Boughton, B. Briscoe, Tar* 
Wn, Chester 



/. Brittain, Chester 



Congteton, J. Broadhurst, 
Congleton — Sandbach, T. 
Clarke,Sandbach— CVkurcA 
Huhne, 6. Wilkinson, 
Holmes Chapel, Middle- 
wich 



R. Fyson, R. Fair- 
cloth, 6. B. Mead 
M. D., T. Kerry, T. 
Lucas, 6. Willis, J. 
L. Newton, W, 
Addison, R. Lucas 

J. Newham, E. S. 
Wrigbt,C.Farrar,M 
0'Goniior,D.C. Wray 



C. F. Harding, C. N 
McCauU 



H. 6. Storkey, M. J. 
Eggar, W. J. Hodg- 
son, J. Hemminir, 
W. J. Tubb8, J. C. 
Maynavd.W. Groom, 
J. T. Seccombe 

N. Rogers, C. J. Ren 
sbaw,H. Gent.W.P. 
Brabazon.C.A. Mer- 
rimaD,J. Bower 



S. D. Downing, M.D., 

J. Lambert, M.D., I. 

Byerley,R.S.Daniel, 

M.D. 
T. Brittain, T. J. 

Proudlore, J.E.More- 

ton 



C. Clarke, Exning, New- 
market 
Rev. J. Isaacson 

R. Faircloth (M.O.) 
Chas. B, Fisher, C. » 
Elixa H. Fisher, C. S 
J. G. Hnrdman, Dodding> 
ton, March 
No Chaplain 
J. Newham (M.O.) 
Albert HaU, Pr. 2 
Lucy Taylor, Pr. 1 
P. Finer, Whittlesey, Peter- 
borough 
Rev. J. Norman 
C. N. MeCaull (M.O.) 
Y. Skill ntr, St.Peter'8,Wisb. 
No Chaplain 
J. C. Bury rM.O.) 
WUliam God/ree, Eff. 1 
Jemima God/ree, Eff. 3 

R.Cronch.NetherKnutsford 
Rev. L. W. Riley, Knutsford 
T. F. NichoUs (M.O.) 
FTm. Roscoe, C. 1 
Mary Ann Ingham, Pr. 1 



T. Bvktain 



. jr. Bullock, M.D., C. 
Latham, C,F,Sutton, 
'S. F. Gosling 



MaoeUiJUld, J. Frogjfatt, Mscclw- 
Mi—aution and Rainow. E. 
Hesthc"te, Button, Macclptield— 
Adlinrion 4- BoUiugtoH. O. Brad- 
lev, Prestbory, MacclesfleM — 
Aldrrley 4- Gasieorth, J.Downte, 
Heabury, Macclesfield 



J. Firth, E. Newbold, 
S. H. Smith, J. B, 
Hughes 



T. Redding, Birkenhead 
Rev W. Tattersall 
S.D. Downing, M.D,'(M.O.) 
Flora Humphreys, Pr. 3 
J. Postlethwaite, Great 

Boughton, Chester 
Rev. J. Gamon 
J. D. Weaver (MO.) 
Richard Harnott, C. 1 
Sarah Beeley, Pr. 3 [Chester 
W. Aldis, House of Industry, 
Rev. F. Grosvenor, Chester 
T. Brittain (M.O.) 
Al/^ed Hoyle, £(f. S 
Martha Evans, Pr. 1 
J. Greenwood, Arclid, Sand- 
bach 
Rev. J. W. Turner 
C. Latham (M,0.) 
Joseph E. Hardu/icke, C. 1 
Fanny S. Greenwood, C. 3 
J. Barber, Macclesfield 
Rev. W. Sinden 
J. B. Hughes (M.O.) 
George Heathcote, C. 2 
Hannah Hudson, C. 3 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



26 THE UNIOH, PARISH, 


AND 


BOARD OF HEALTH 


OFFICERS* 




Counties & Unions, 


i 


-a c 


6 ^ 


O != 


o r; 


IB 


Chairmen 




Area in Acres, 
and 


1 


11 


If 


I| 


u 


5"C 


Clerks and Treasurers. and 

Vice-Chairmea. 




Population in 1861. 


^ 


w^ 


s 


|Q 


<Q 






CHESHIRE-con. 












1 






Nantwich 


78 


81 


12 


S.f. 


6. 


5 


C/., J. Pick, Nantwich 


W.ToUemache 




A. 111,126 














TV., Frederick Wade 


W. R. Johnson 




P. 40^56 














Hobson (Manchester 
and Liyerpool Dis- 


T. Bateman 


















trict Bank), Nant- 






■ 














wich 






Northwich . 


59 


61 


10 


F.f. 


6. 


5 


Ci, G.Cheshire, North- 


L. P. Townshend 




A. 65yM5 














wich 


R. Dutton 




■■■_ 1 P. 33,338 














TV., Frederick Hand 


W. H. Hasper 


















Firth, (Banker,) 






• ' 














Northwich 






Runcorn . 


37 


42 


14 


F. f. 


G. 


5 


CV.,H. Linaker, Frod- 


^ArchdeaoonGreenaU 




A. 45,776 














sham, Preston Brook 


R. C. Whiteway 




P. 26,7W 














TV., Thomaa Parr, 
W^amng^B 






Stockport 


17 


22 


19 


M. 


B. 


21 


C^,H.Coppock, Stock- 


6. Cht^imkaA 




_ A.' 30,709 














port 


J.Cooke 




P. 04,335 














Assist. CI., W. Calrert 




















TV., William Hooley 
(Banker), Stockport 






Wirral . 


47 


47 


10 


W.I 


G. 


5 


CL, P. Gregory, Birk- 


ReT. M. Coxon 




A. 88,258 














enhead 


Rev.T.F.Redhead 




P. 18,413 














Assist. CI., 

TV., George Rae, 
North and South 
Wales Bank, Birk- 
enhead 


J.RusseU 




Cornwall 1 




















Aostel, Saint . 


15 


33 


9 


F.f. 


A. 


« 


C^., R.G. Ukes, St 


Sir C. B. G. Sawlt, 




A. 57,446 














Aastel 


Bart 




P. 33,797 














TV., Richard Foster, 
Castle, Lostwithiel 


T. Varcoe 
N. Robins 




Bodmin . 


21 


37 


14 


S.f. 


4. 


6 


C«.,W.R. Hicks, Bod- 






A, 88,981 














min 


Bart 




P. 19,691 














TV., John Stranger Pe^ 
tb7bridge,Ea8tCom- 
wall Bank, Bodmin 


Rey. J. V.Vivian 




Camelford 


14 


27 


5 


F.f. 


A. 


6 


CI, C. C. Hawker, 


W.Martyn 




A. 51,847 














Cameltord 


Rey.JJ,Wilkinsoii 




P. 7,784 














TV., Richard Foster, 
Castle, Lostwithiel 






Golumb, St., 


16 


31 


8 


Th.f 


A. 


6 


CI., G. B. Collins, St 


R. G. Benn«t 




M^or 














Columb Major 


J. Tredwen 




A. 78,693 














TV., Joh^ NichoUs,St 


J. Rowse 




P. 16,754 














Colamb Migor 






' Falmoath 


10 


24 


8 


Ta.f 


A. 


6 


(7/., W.J. Genn, Fal- 


Sir C. Lemon, Bart, 




A, 27,906 














mouth 


M.P. 




P. 23,332 














TV., William Came, 
Falmouth 


J. Olyer 

Rev. W. Rogrers 





Digitized by LaOOQlC 



POCKBT ALHAKAC AUD GUIDE. 



27 



Relieving Officers and 
IMstricts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teacken, 



•^1 



Bunbury, W.SpeeiPivmbnry, 
Tarporley— •A^an*tt;fcA, W. 
Cdllett,Nant wich— Wren- 
bury, J. Palin,Wreabury, 
Nantwich — Wybunbuiy, 
J. Pickering:, Monks 
Goppenball, Crewe i 

NorthtHch, 6. Arrowsmitfa, 
Castle North wich, North- 
wich—Middlettfich 4: Over, 
R. Arrowsmith, Over, Mid- 
dlewich — fVeaverhtim, A. 
Arrowsmith, Weayerham, 
North wich 

Runcorn, P. Wright, Run- 
corn — FYodsham, R. Bur- 
gess, Prodsham, Preston 
Brook — Budworth, P. 
Edgerley, Stockton Heath, 
Warrington 

Stockport, T. Hulme, Stock- 
port — Cheadle, M. Mason, 
Bramhall, Stockport — 
Hffde, F. Daniels, Hyde, 
Manchester 



J. C. Foulke;^, B.'Bird, 
S.H.Mixnro,M.D., R. 
B.Bellyse, W.Thom- 
son, J. Lord, E. 
S.Bellyse,W. E.W. 
Yaughan 

T.Moreton, A.P.Leake, 
J. McGregoi', 6. 
Okell, S. Smith, 6. 
T.Joynson,J.Hughe8 



F. P. Wearer, M.D., 
S. W. Batterton, J. 
Willett, W. Car 
rathera 



J. Blackshaw, W. 
Bale, S. Beecroft, 
T. Moore, E. H. Pit- 
man 



The Union, J. Jones, Lower D. Russell, M.D.,R. C 



Bebington, Chester 



St. Ausfeh T.S.Ce3m, St Aus- 
tel — Mevaglssey, J. Yel 
land. Saint Stephen's, 
Saint Austel 

North, G. Menhinnick, Bod- 
min — South, J. Thomas, 
Stephengelly, Lanivet, 
Bodmin 

The Union, Wm. Rowe, 
Camelford 



7V»e Union, T. Andrew, St. 
Columb Major 



Gibb, J.W. Ball,A. 
C. Gibson 



S. Masonj £. S. 
White, J. T. Pearce, 
B. T. Ball,J.P.Ber^ 
ryman,J. C. Bennett 

F. TreTan,R.Rendel1, 
T. Mndge, G.A.West, 
J. C. Blewett, A. 
Gayed, T. Q. Conch 

E. West, A. Wade 



Falmouth, T. S. Skinner, 
Gyllyng street, Falmooth 
— Penryn, C. Tallack, 
Penryn 



H.F.Marley,I.Wilkins, 
T. D. Martyn, C. 
C. Vigurs, W. Moor- 
man, T. Boyle 

F. C. Bnllmore, G. W. 
Trenery, N. Green- 
wood.W.H.Bullmore 



D. Clews, Nantwich 
Rev. A. F.Cfaater, Nvntwieh 
S. H. Munro, M.D. (M.O.) 
Anne Wilkinson, C. 1 



J.O. Anwyl, Leftwich, North- 

wich 
Rev. D. Waller, Castle 

North wich, North wich 
T. Moreton (M.O.) 
James Whtteltea4 
Emma J. Whitehead 
R. Jones, Dutton, Preston 

Brook 
Rot. E. Marsden 
J. Robinson (M.O.) 
Samuel WiUiamson 
Elizabeth Heys 
J. Oakes, Stockport 
No paid Chaplain' 
J. Blackshaw (M.O.) 
John P. Mancock, Eff. 3 
Lydia Hancock, Eff. 2 

W.W.Redding, Ponlton-cnm- 

Spittle, Bebington, Chester 

Rey. C. Jones, Higher 

Bebington, Chester 
R. E. Gorst (M.O.) 
Edward Thornton, Pr. 1 
Jane Kirby, Ft, 1 

W. Welch, St. Aostel 
No Chaplain 
J. P. Berryman (M.O.) 
Wm, P, Webber 

W. Truman, Bodmin 
No Chaplain 
T. Mndge (M.O.) 
Richd, Latcry, Pr. 1 
JLucilla Hicks 
J. J. Short, Lantegloss, 
Camelford 
E. West (M.O.) 
Elizabeth B, Evelyn, Pr. 8 
J. O. Robarts, St. Columb 
No Chaplain [Major 

T. D. Martyn (M.O.) 
Bethesda O.B,Robarts^ff.2 
T. Kenwood, Bodock, Fal- 
No Chaplain [month 

. F. C. Bullmore (M.O.) 
I Ktix, J. Polkinghome, G. 1 



136 



390 



S50 



180 



Digitized 



byGoogk 



28 THB UNION, PABI8H, 


AND BOABB OF HBALTH 


OFFI0BR8* 




Counties & Unions, 
Area in Acres. 


1 


SI 




If 

Si 


si 
2-E 


aerks and Treasurers. 


Chairmen 
and 




and 


ai 


^^&i 


a « 


^^ 




Vice-chairmen. 




Population in 1861. 


^ 





^51^ 


Jfl 


<^ 








CORHWULL-ewt. 


1 




1 








Germans, St. . 


14 25 


12 


Th.f A. 




C/.,P. W. P. deverton. 


Rer. J. R. Fletcher, 




A. 4r,14» 














Saltasb, Plymouth 


D.D. 




P. 17^1 














TV., Richard Poeter, 
(Banker,) Liakeard 


Rev. W.£. Vigor 
D. Roger 




Helston . . 


1 
18 39 


8 


S. f. 


A. 




C/.,F.Y.HiU, Helston 


C.W. Popbaa 




A. 72,571 














TV., John KendaU, 


J.J. Rogen, M.P. 




P. dOfiM 














(Banker,) Helatma 


Rer. B. Pridmore 




Launceston < 


25 


45 


7 


S. 


A. 




CL» J. Dingley, Laon- 


Rer. H.A.SimoM 




A. 101,777 














cesten 


Rer. C. Rodd 




P. 17^5 














TV., Edward Pethy- 






Liskeard . 


25 


43 


11 


S.f. 


A. 




CI., A. C. L. Glubb, 


R«T. J. B. KitiM 




A. 107,390 














Liskeard 


J. W. Dingle 




P. 33,554 














TV., Augustus Base- 
ley, (Bast Cornwall 
Bank,) Liskeard 


S.Bone 




Penzance 


20 46 


U 


Th.i 


A. 




CL, B. H. Sodd, Pen- 


Rer.W.W. Wing^ 




A. 65,008 














sance 


fteld 




P. 54AM 














TV., William Bolitbo, 
Mount's Bay Bank, 
Pensance 


W. D. Matbewv- 
Rev.J.ToBkia 




Redruth . . 


6 


31 





P.f. 


A. 




CL, h L. Peter, Red- 


Rer.J.G.WoMr 




A. 40,305 














ruth 


R.Rosewanae 




P. 57473 














TV.,Robert M. Tweedy 
(Cornish Bank),Red- 
ruth 






StratloD . 


11 


24 


7 


Tu.l 


A. 


10 


CI.. W.Pickard,Strat. 


C. N. Bray 




A. 54,406 














ton 


Rer. R.R. Wright 




P. S/OB 














TV., James Frederick 
Delmar, Stratton 


R«T.A.C.Thyiiii« 




Truro . 


24 


45 


15 


W.f 


A. 




CI., R. Marrack, 


Rev. R. F. Wia* 




A. 03^11 














Truro 


Rev. G. Morris 




P. 43,070 














TV., Robert Tweedy, 
(Banker,) Truro 


0. Clyna 




Cttxnber-* 




















landi 




















Alston with Gar- 


I 


13 


3 


S.f. 


J. 




C/., J.Dickinson, Als- 


Rer. 0. JamM 




rigpH 














ton by CarlUle 


H. W. Fkiend 




A. 35,060 














TV., John Cowper, 






P. 6,40^ 














Raise, \1stonbyCarlisle 






Bootle 


12 16 


5 


s. 


J. 




C/.,J.P.Myers,Brough. 


J. E. WestoB 




A. 100,060 














ton in Fumess, UI- 


J. Caddy 




P.. 5^0 














▼erston 
TV., John Grice, Boo- 


R. Parker 




■ 






_ 








Ue, Whitehaven 







Digitized by GoOglC" 



POCKET ALMANAC AND OUIDB. 



SO 





Relieving Officers and 


District 


Workhouses. | 






t 




DitttricU. 


Medical OfficerB. 


Masters, Cbaplaim, Medical 


og 








Officers, and Teachers. 


^1 




7VbrrA,W.E. E.Webber,Salt. 


R. W. P. KerswiU, 


N. T. Cock, Antony, Tor- 


905 




MhSouth, J. Leek, St. 


C. W. Chubb, A. B. 


point, DeVunport 






John Antony ,Torpoiat,De- 


Cheres,E.J.Wortb, 


Rev. R. Mexaham 






▼onport 


J. L. Clark, J. 
Kempthome 


C. W. Chulb (M.O.) 
Elixubeth J, Mason, Pr. « 






No,\,orHel9t<m, S.Moyle. 


J. Weanie, 6. Apple- 


B. Dansun, Helston 


S73 




Crelly, Wendron, Helston 


ton, C.F.BuUmore, J. 


No Chaplain 






— iVb. %or Meneage, C. P. 


Vivian - 


J. Wearne (M 0.) 






, Rogers, Mawgan, Helston 




Thomas Trethowan 
Mary J, Cock 






Xarth, R. W. Stanton, 


H. E. Sargent, F. Wil- 


W. J. Skinner, SU Mary 


S20 






liams, S. Felce, D. 


Magdalene, Launceston 








Thonip9on,E.L.West, 
W. Brown, W. D. 
Pearse, J. G. Doidge 


No Chaplain 

W. D, Pearse (M.O.) 

Mary A.GiUbard,Vr.Z 






LUkeard, R. Tamblyn, Lis 


A. Prideanx, S. Clogg, 




97ft 




keard— X.ooe,6. M il roD,Dii* 


W. Rowe, J. Couch, 


No Chaplain 






loe, Liskeard— f7«r//tit^<<m. 


E. S. White, J, H. 


J. Jagoe (M.O.) 






W. Hitchens, Gallington 


Lawrence, A. Mack- 
intosh 


John F. Stephens, C. 1 
MariaA.Hawke,C.% 






Eastern, J. Giles, Crowlas, 


J. R. Qvick, A. Har- 


P. Marrack. Madron, Pen- 


380 




Ludgran, Penznnee >- 


vey, G. B. Rosewall, 


zance 






Western, J. Friggens, 


W. G. Congdon, F. 


J. R, Quick (M,0,) 






Penzance 


Boase 


Mary J. Fincent, Pr.l 






Redruth,!. Harry, Redrath 


H. Harris, P. Vincent, 


J. Juleff, lilogan, Redmth 


450 




—Gwennajf, J. Bawden, 


G.Vawdrey,G.Mi- 


Rev W.L. Manley, Redrutb 






St. Day, Gwennap, Truro 


chell,T. S. Reed,T. 


T. S. Reed (M.O.) 






—Camborne, J. Bosastow, 


Miohell 


Edtrard Dale, Pr. 1 






Veor, Camborne 




Elizabeth A. Itickard,.C 3 






\st or Stratton, J. B. Lyle, 


J.M.Braund, J.S.Tnke T. B. Larke, Stratton 


80 




Lanneells^tratton— «M4f or 




No Chaplain 










J. M. Braund (M^.) 






Poundstook, Stratton 




[Trur* 






.nt.Marf, T. Rickard, Truro, 


J. H. Larobrick, E. 


W. Simmons, St. Clement, 


500 




—Kenwjfn,i. Paall, Tmro 


Sbarp,W.P. Hugoe, 


Rev. E. J. Luce, Truro 








H. Harden, C.J. Ben- 


J M. Quicke (M.O.) 






Probus, Grampound 


nett, T. J. Hill, E. 
M. Prynue, J. M. 
Quicke • 


John Stripp 

Mary A. Ladner, Eff. 8 






nePm-Uh, J.Wakon, Alston 


R. Oill^ S. Carson 


J. Lowe, Alston by Carlisle 


80 




by Carlisle 


/ 


TheVicar,* Alston byCarlisIi 
R, Gill (M.O.) 






Bootle, J.Wbinnerali,Bootle, 


T. W.Hudson .W.R.Ro- 


R. Glaister, Bootle, White- 


100 




Whitoha^ren—JIfuHeaster, 


gers, W.Somerville 


haven 






3. Benson, Rarenglass, 




Rev. M. Haslam 






Whiteharen 




T.W.Hud..on(MO.) 








• 







*■ Performs the dottes gratuitously. B 

Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



so THE UNION, PARISH, 


AND BOARD QF HEALTH 


OFFICERS' 




Counties ftUoioM, J 


'll 


i^ 


■Sg" 


u 


II 

>r4 ** 








Area in Acres, J. 
and 6 


2^ 




5*i 


ll 


Cleiks and Treasurers. 


and 




II 


3^ 


^S 




ViceXhairmen. 




Population in 1861.^ 


1^ 


<jQ 








CUMBERLARIMro». 


















Brampton . I 


I 23 


5 


wx 


J. 


7 


C/., 6. Ramshay. 


Capt.Jbhnson 




A. 99^73 












Branapton, Carli.<.le 


T. Rootledge 




P. 10;866 












TV., Wm. Rowntree, 
Brami>ton, Carlisle 






Carlisle . . 2 


• 31 


• 


Th.f 


J. 


7 


C/.,G.Momwey, Car- 


N. Wright 




A. 70^10 












lisle 


J. Fencer 




P. Aijsa» 












7V.» George Relph, 


J. Fhttinsni. 




... 












Carlisle 






Cockermouth . 5 


ftl 


31 


MJ. 


J. 


S 


CI., J. MiMgrare, 


J. PeanKUi 




A. 160,01T 












Cwckermouth 


J, Walker 




P. 4i;»» 












TV, William BonaaHie 
Gordon (Cumberland 
Union Bank), Wnrk- 



















ington, Cumberland 






LongtowD . ] 


4 t» 


It 


M.f. 


J. 


7 


CI, C. B. Hodgson, 


Rer. M. R. Graham 




A. 96^71 












Carlisle 


T. Gibbona 




P. 10^409 












TV., DaTid Neisen 
(Carlisle and Cum- 
berland Bank), Car- 
lisle 


J. Tinning 




Penrith . . a 


M 


13 


T«.l 


J. 


7 


C/., W.B. Amison, 


SirGJIii9graTe3art. 




A. 181^39 












Penrith 


Rer. R. Forteiw 




P. 22,328 












TV., John SimiMnn 
(Whiteharen Bank), 
Penrith 






Whitehaven . 11 


a 33 


27 


Th. 


J. 


8 


C/. J. McKelvie, 


W.Wilso* 




A. 09,203 












Whirefaaven 






P. 30,950 












Asst. CL, 

Tr,, Peter Cameron, 

(Joint Stock Bank,) 

Whitehaven 






WigtMi . . 2 


11 42 


9 


TuJ 


J. 


8 


CI., R. Stamper, Wigr- 


T. bmay 




A. 172,338 












ton 


Rer. R. Weod 




P. 113,273 












Tr., Samuel Rigg, 
Wigton 
























ABhbouroe 


W M 


11 


S.f. 


E. 


5 


CL, W, R. Holland. 


W. R. Smith 




A. 80,740 












Ashboame 


J. Miers 




P. 10,097 












TV., Philip Clarey 
Jerome (Bank), Ash- 
bourne 


S. Bradley 




Ba'kewell 


BO 08 


II 


M.f 


£. 


3 


C<.,T.Robinson,Bircb- 


Lord 6. H. Caven- 




A. 107,083 












ovfr. Rake well 


dish, M.P. 




P. 31,378 












TV.,WiniamLockwood 


Rev. D. Vawdrey 
















(Sheffirld and R.>. C. Sorby 
















therham Bank), 






' 


i 


\ 


IMH-i^rlt 


i 



* More than 20 Ez.officio Guardians, none o whom atl 

Digitized by 



POCKET ALMANAC AND GUIDE. 



SI 



Relieving Officers and 
Districts. 



District . 
Medical Officers. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



The UnioHt J. Ileay, Bramp- 
ton, Carlisle 



Stanwix, T. Holmes, Car- 
lisle — JDalslOtttJ. Nixon, 
Carlisle — Wetherai, T. 
Johnson, Carlisle 



Cockermauth, J. Edgar, 
Gockermouth — Working- 
tony W. Thompson, Work- 
ington — Maryport, T. 
Dixon,Maryport — Keswick 
M. Knubley, Keswick 

The High, J. Hope, jun., 
Bewcastle, Brampton — 
The Louf, J. DiTLcai, Long- 
town 



Penrith, H. Newton, Pen- 
rith-'Kirkosufald,]. Hind- 
son, Lazonby, Penrith — 
Greystoke, J. Watson, 
Motherly, Penrith 

No. 1, or Harrington^ E. Dry- 
den, Distington — No. 2, or 
Egremont, J.Walker, Sel- 
lafield, Whitehaven— A>* 
3, or Whitehaven, W. S. 
Hamilton, Whitehaven 



Wigton, J. Ciraham,WiirtoB 
—Caldbcck, J. Woof, He«- 
ket-new- Market, Wigton 
•^Holme Abbey, T. Pape, 
Holme Abbey, Carlisle 

Norths W. Smirh, Parwich, 
Ashbourne — South,Y. Mill* 
ward, Osmastou, Ash- 
bourne 



A. Thorn, M.D. 



W, Hay, W. Reeves, 
D. Anderson, J. 
Wallace, T. Riggj 
W. Arras 



W.P. Murphy, J. Pear 
son,T. S. Douglas, J'.i 
TweddIe>H. Dod^son 



W. Graham, M.D., A. 
Jackson, M.D* 



R. Pearson, M.D., J. 
Williamson, M. D., 
W.Hay,M.D.,J.Earl. 
A. Heslop 

R. Liimb, J. Wilson, 
J. Di«k, J.Churchill, 
J.Syme 



R.Tiffeii,T.Rigg,M. D,, 
D. Robison, E. Wil- 
kinson, W.Jones, J 
Galloway, R. Taylor 



T. G. Copestake, 
H. Greaves, T. N. 
Twigge, W. Can- 
trell, J. B. Hall, 
R. D. Goodwin 



North, T. Fidler, Stony Mid- 
dieton, Sheffield — South, 
U. Evans, Darley, Matlock 



J. S.Walters, J. L. 
Parke, E. Spencer 
W.Cantrell, J.Knox. 
E. M. Wrench, J 



J. Makepeace* Brampton, 
Carlisle 

No Chaplain 

A, Thom, M.D. (M.O.) 

J. Hope, St. Cuthbert's, 
Carli^e 

H. Bell, FusehiU, Carlisle 

Her. A. Hodges 

C. S. Hall (M.O,) 

W. Hay (M.O.) 

John Hulse, Eff. 2 

Ann Ewart, Eff. 3 

J. Fisher, Cockermouth 

Rev. W. Williams, Cocker- 
month 

H. Dndgson (M.O ) 

James H. Irving 

Mary A. Raitton, Pr. 2 

T. Lee. Arthnret, Longtown 
Rev. A. G. Lofiie 
W.Graham, M.D. (M,0 ) 
Robert D. Hope, Eff. 3 



D. Nichol, Penrith 
Rev.J.B.Wijihtwick 
R. Pearson. M,D (M.O,) 
George Roberts, Pr. a 
Anne Crayston, Pr. I 
J.Bellman,Pi-eston Quarter, 

Whitehaven 
Rev. J. Rimmer,Woodhouse, 

Whitehaven 
J. Rraytnn (M.O.) 
William Barker 
Hannah Railton, Pr. 3 

J. Lowther, Wigton 
Rev. W. Lyde, Wigton 
R.Tiffen(M,0.) 
Thos. Holmes, C. I 
Margaret Dickson, Pr. 1 

R. Utting, Offcote& Under- 
wood, Ashbourne 

Rey. J. R. En-ington (gra- 
tuitoii!>ly) 

H. Greaves (M.O.) 

Mary Goodall, C. 2 

E. Cuningham, Bakewell 

Rev. H. K.Cornish 

J. S. Walters (M.O.) 

Joseph C. Adams 



Tavlor, J. Cash, P. sJ Esther Charnley, Pr. 2 



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AND BOARD OF HEALTH 


OFFICRBST 


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Counties & Unions, 


i 


it 


|i 


«.B 


fill 




Chairmen 




Area in Acres, 


3 


Si"E 


1? 


&t 


Clerks and Treasurers. 


and 




and 


OS 


^2 


si 


o-JS "2 JS 




Vice-chairmen. 




Population in 1861. 


s. 




"s 


|Q <Q 


. 




DERBYSHIRE— <?<m. 


~ 








,. 




^ «, 




Belper . . 


35 


53 


23 


s. 


E. 


5 


CI, G. Pym. Belper W. Webster 




A. 6; ,392 














Assist, CI., J. Pym 1 J. H. Woolley 




p. 51,711 














TV. , EmmauuelChai lea W. C. Haslam 
Dayenport, Derby & 
Derby tih ire BanlLing: 


















Co.,Bflper 






Chapel -en- le- 


17 


23 


7 


M-t E. 


21 


CI., W. Bennett, Cfaa- 


A B. Jackson 




Frith 














pel-enle-Frith 


T. Drinkwater 




A. 74,825 














7V.,Wm. Garrington, 






P. 14,020 














Ch apel-en-le-Frith 






Cheaterfield . !34 


40 


5 


S. 


E. 


5 


C/., Geo. Haslehnrst, 


C. Rotherham 




A. 80,737 


1 










Cbesterfield 


S. Lancaster 




P. 61,779 


1 










TV., John Gilbert 


Rey. G. Sbipton 


















Crompton, Cheater- 




















field 






Derby . . 


7 


30 


3 


TuJ E. 


5 


CL, W. C. Watson, 


ReT.E.H.Abney 




A. 2,970 1 












Derby 


J. Hollingworth 




P. 51,049 ' 

i 












7'r., William Tarpie, 
(The Derby & Der- 
byshire Bank,)DeTby 






GloMop . . 10; 16 


3 


Wf. E. 


21 


C'A. G. Bowden, Gloa- 


W.Shepley 




A. 31,457 














sop, Manchester 


S. Kershaw^ 




P. 31,200 














TV., Samuel Bolton 
Tomlins (Manchester 
and Liverpool District 




















Bank).A8hton-ttnder-' 


















Lyne ' 




Hayiield . . 


4 


17 


2 


M.f. E. 


21 


CI., H. Barber, New 


J. Ingham 




A. 17,398 














Mills. Stockport 


W.Taylor 




P. 10^976 














TV., John Taylor, 01- 
lerset. New Mills, 




















Stockport [ Derby 






Shavdlow . 


4S 59 


15 


M.f. 


B. 


5. 


67.. J. W. Newbold. 


E. Hyatt 




A. 74,290 














TV.,Wm.Tttrpie( Derby' J. R. Marsh 




P. 31,113 














&Derbysh.Bk.)Derby 


























Axmiiister 


18 


31 





Th.f A. 


II 


CI., C. W. Bond, Ax- 


G. Gartwright 




A. 61,738 














minster 


J. Halse 




P. 19,758 














TV., Herbert Williams 
(Banker), Dorchester 


R. Hillman 




Barnstaple 


39 


52 


17 


F. 


A. 


10 


Cl.» J. Barry, Barn- 


Rer. J. Fyke 




A. 149,729 


. 












staple 


G. Langdon 




P. 36.293 














TV. John Philip Sy- 
denham Marshall 
(Banker),Bamsuple 






Bideford . . 


17 


26 





Tu.f 


A. 


10 


CL, C. W. Hole, 


B. U. Vidal 




A. 62,944 














Bideford 


A. B.Wren 




P. 17,742 














TV.. Robert J. C. Simp- 
kins. Bideford 







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POCKET JLLMANAG AND GUIDE. 



R^ievin? -Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouaes. 



Mitsters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and TeacAers. 



Belper^.Speniloye, Heage, 
Bel per ~ fVirktworth, J. 
Bacon, Wirksworth 



The Union, P. Kirk, Chapel- 
en-le-Fritk 



Ctay Vrt€,Y. Shaw, Jan., 
Clay Croaa, Chesterfield — 
Cketttrfield, C. Smith, 
Chesterfield — Eckington* 
£. Keeton, Eckintfton, 
Chesterfield 

Tke Union, W. Gadsby, 
Derby. Assistant ditto, J. 
Genever 



The Union, J. W. Bowden, 
Gloesop, Manchester 



The Union, J. Waterhoase, 
New Mills, near Stockport 



W. W. Howard, J, 
Rhodes 



E. Grindrod 



Castle Donington,W, Hen- 

sbaw, Weston -on-Trent, 
DerbySpondon, F. Ball, 
Sandiaorey Nottingham 

Northern, S. Griffin, Ax- 
minster — Southern, P. 
HalsBt Musbury, Axmin- 
ster 



Barnstaple, J. Gaydou, New- 
port, Barnstaple — llfra- 
C0m6«, J. Clement, Brann- 
ton, Barnstaple — Para- 
combe,J, Richards,Ki;ntis- 
bury, Barnstaple 

Eastern, J. Lee, Bideford— 
Westem,R, Braund ,Wool- 
Cordisworthy* Bideford 



R. R.Allen, G. O. Sid- 
dall, C. B.N.Dunn.' 
J.Allen,W.Cantrell,j 
R.Boden, E.Hoskinit,' 
R. Hamilton^ 

J. Bennett, J. Winter 
botham,F. Turner 



W. J. Wilson, G. O. 

Siddall, J. Bluett, S. 

Raoth, H. Moore, W. 

S. Russell, J. Court,] 

H. Robinson, R. P. 

Goodall, S. Poulds 
R. Hamilton, W. Mj 

Bobart 



T. G. Cade, B. Bland, 
G. Taylor, C. Har 
wood, J. Smith, R. 
T. Tasker, C. Car- 
ruthers, C. Borough 

P. C.Hayman, C. Hal- 
lett, D. S. Skinner, 
N. W. Spicer jun., 
H. E. N orris, J. S. 
Snook, J. S. Wills, G. 
Evans, B. Hodges 

M .Cooke , T ^.Roberts, 
J.H.Jackman,W.H. 
AcUand, M.D.,S.O. 
Lane, P. Stonjtham, 
C.R.Jones, M.D.,A. 
Pernie, R. Ley, Ai 
S. Kingdon 

T.L. Pridharo,C.Pratt, 
E. Rouse, W.A.Deue, 
R.C.Hoyle,i.Thomp- 



J. Anderson, Bel per 
Rev. T. Crussland, Milford 

Belper 
R. R. Alien (M.a.) 
George fV, Holland 
JuUa Street, Pr. 2 
J. T. Brooke, CUapeUn- 

le-Prith 
Rey. G. Hall 
J. Bennett (M.O.) 
J. H. Ramsdeii, Chesterfield 
Re v.M. Holmes, Chesterfield 
J. Bluett (M.O.) 
WUliam Salmon, C. 3 
Mi. A, Gratton, Pr. 2 

J. Banton, Litchurch, 

Derby 
Rev. W. C. Quant, Derby 
C. A. Greaves (M.O.) 
John L. Stephenson, EflT. 3 
Charlotte F. Holmes, Pr. 5 
J. Beeley, Glossop, Man- 
chester 
No Chaplain 
W. W. Howard (M.O.) 



S. Simpson, Beard OllerseC, 
Whittle and Thomset, 
Stockport 

No Chaplain 

E. Grindrod (M.O.) 

J. Baraford,Sliardlow,Uerby 

Rev. C. F. Cooke 

C. Harwood (M.O.) 

Samuel Moore 

Maria Redfern, Pr. 3 ' 

R. Orley, Axminster 

Rev. Z. J. Edwards, Axmin- 
ster 

C. Hallett (M.O.) 

Joseph Keith, Pr. 2 

Lucy Af. Patterson 

W. Mux worthy, Barnstaple 

Rev. G. Johnston,Barnstaple 

M. Cooke (M.O.) 

William TVwmas 

George Elliott 

Eliza J}. Curtice, Pr. 2 

G. Eastman, Bideford 
Rev. J. Tagert» Bideford 
T. L. Pridham (M.O.) 
Elizabeth C. HeUlngs 



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34 THE UNION, PARISH, AND BOARD OP HEALTH OFFICERS 



Couniies& Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in 18C1 



1^ 



DEVOMSHIRE-co/» 

Creditou . 

A. 91366 
P. «0;i74 



EastStonehonse 
A. 385 
P. 14^43 



I ^Exeter, City . 
A. 1^00 
P. 33,738 



Holsworthy 

A. 82,519 
P. 9,876 

Honitou . 

A. 80367 
P. 22,729 



Kingsbridgre . 
A- 72,913 
P. 19,394 



Newton Abbot 
A. 117396 
P. 59,063 



Ok.ebampton . 
A. 126,797 
P. 18,580 

YPlymoutb 

A. 1,635 
P. 02,590 



S. A. 
f.sJ 



Th. A. 



Clerks and Treasurers. 



Chairmen 

and 

Vice-Chairmen. 



Ttt» 



W.f 



S. t 



28 



63 



35 



W. 



S.f. 



14 



[CreditoD 
CLt J. Wellington, 
TV. Francis Sherard 
Chichester (West of 
England and South 
Wales Bank), Cre- 
diton 
CL, R. R. Rodd, East 
Stonehouse,Plynioatb 
TV., Christopher Har- 
ris, (Naval Bank,) 
Plymouth 
C/., Rob. Hake,t Exeter 
Trt, William Tombs, 
(South Wales & West 
of England Bank,) 
Exeter [worthy 

CI., 6. Braund, Hols- 
TV.,. Edward Peihy- 
bridge, (Bauker) 
Holsworthy 
Cl„ H. V. Mules, Ho- 

niton 
TV., Bdward Wethey, 
(National Prorincial 
Bank,) Honiton 



11 CL, W. Jarvis^ Kings- 
I bridge 

I TV., George Fox, 
1 Kingsbridge 



J. SUUfant 
J. H. Bailer 
E. T.Ward 



T. S. Bayly 
J. Friend 
J. Sadler 



R. S. ComishCGov) 
E. Foree (Dep. 
Gov,) 



J. Vowler 
W. H. B. Coham 
W. W. Melbuish 

Sir J. Kennawayy 
Bart. 
C. Gordon 
Rer. C B. Band 



A. 11 



CL, J. Alsop, New- 
ton Abbot 

TV., William' John 
Watts, Bank, New- 
ton Abbot 



N.Pitts 
W. Bastard 
J:F. Earle 



Rev. R. R. Wolfe 
T.Wills 
E. S. Beame 
E. Ford 



[hampton 
Cl.f R. Fulford, Oke- 
Tr., National Provin- 
cial Bank of Eng- 
land, Okehampton 
CL, J. W. Matth«w8,J 
Plymoath[PIymoath 
Assist. CL, H.Wotton, 
TV., Joseph BlakeTris- 
cott (Naval Bank), 
Plymouth 



J. H.Vea1e 
J. 6. Newton 
W. H. Battiahill 

G. Le Comey 
F. Herron 



% Under Local Act • Fortnightly, and General Courts first Tuesday hi each month, 

t Clerk to the Governor and Guardians of the Poor, t Clerk to^Uie Guardians of the Poor. 

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Believing Officers and 
Districts. 



Workhouses. 



District 
Medical. Officers. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachert. 



II 



No. U W. Wellacott, Sen., J. A. Edwards, E. B. 
Sandford, Crediton — iVo. Stephens, H.M. Body; 
2, W. Wellacott, Jan., Mor- 
chard Bishop, Crediton 



Tfie Parish, G. C. Bignell, 
East Stonehouse,Pl ymouth 



Eastern, J. Sparks^ Exeter— 
Western, J.Hookway,Exe- 
ter 



W.C.Hant,W.Dean«, 
C. Snape, M.D., J. 
Body. G. Percy, VV. 
R. Warren 
H. Penry 



C. H. Roper, J.S.Per- 
kins, J. Woodman 



The Union, T. Shaptooj 
Holaworthy 



Honiton, J. Gayler, Honi- 
ton — Ottery St.Mary, and 
Sidm&uth, £. H. CornwaU, 
Ottery St Mary, Exeter 



First, J. Port, Kingsbridge 
— Second, H. Nicholls, 
Jan., Kingsbridge 



BfortA £^f , J. Yolland,New. 
ton Abbot— ^ott^A' fFest, 
C A. Toxer, Torquay — 
North West, J. Foaden, 
Ashburton 



iV#. I, C. Banbury, North- 
tawten— ATo. 2, R. Gibb- 
ings* Okehampton 

SmlsUA Mi;rew,W.E.Clement, 
Plynoudi — Charles, J, 
Asb, Plymouth-r/ilrrf, C 
Mayell, Plymonth 



E. Rouse, A.W.Owen, 
T. Pearce, H. 6. 
Cory, T.L. Ash, M.D. 

B, Hodges, F. D. W. 
Wheaton, J. H. Jer- 
rard,M.D., T. H. S 
PalUn,6.M.C.Saun- 

der8,M.D.,R.F Mayne, 
M.D.,G.£yans,J.S. 
Snook, W.Edwards 

J. M. Pnddicombe, A. 
Newman, F. S. Cor- 
nish, J. Elliot, jiin 
J.G. Martyn,J.M.B. 
Langworthy, W. F, 
Langworthy,, W. P. 
Langworthy, juB., 
F. D. Pearce 

A. Macgm,M.D.,N.J 
Hayden, M.D., F. I. 
6illard,W.E.Chi]cote, 
H.Manley,T.Brookes, 
E. B. Hammond, J. 
Pollard, J. L. Nos 
worthy, G.A. Carter, 
M.D., F. M. Cann, 
W. B. Hartland 

S. Hunt, J. Gould, F. 
Trimmer, W. Dens- 
ham 

J. N. Stevens, i» McW. 
Graham, G.Jackson, 
T. Harper, J. H. S. 
May 



W. C. Leach, Crediton 
Rev. W. Wellington, Upton 

Hellions, Crediton 
J. A. Edwards (M«0.) 
William S. White, Pr. 
AnnA,T. Breayley 
J. Cox, East Stonehouse, 

Plymouth 
No Chaplain 
H. Peri-y (M,0.) 
Caroline Shepherd 
J. Hodge, St.Sidwell,Exe- 
Rev. F. Bell, Exeter [ter 
F. H. Warren (M.O.) 
Albert Foote 
Fanny S. Foote 
W. Palmer, Uolsworthy 
No Chaplain 
T. Pearce (M.O.) 

E. B. Davies, Honiton 
Rev. J. F. Mackamess, 

Honiton 
R. F. Mayne (M.O.) 
Mary ^. Godfrey, C. 3 



280 



W. Mnles, Churchstow, 

Kingsbridge 
Rev. W. S. S. Evans, 

Kingsbridge 
F. S. Cornish (M.O.) 
Geo, Ford, Pr. 1 
Ann Bennett, Pr. 2 

J. Moxey, Wolborongfa, 

Newton Abbot 
Rev.W.F. Good, D.D.,High 

week, Newton Abbot 
F. I. Gillard (M.O.) 
William Cole, C. 2 
Elizabeth Ward 



W. Northcott, Okehampton 

No Chaplain 

F. Trimmer (M.O.) 

Alice Dickson, Pr. 2 

J. Harrison, Plymouth 

No Chaplain 

J. N. Stevens (M.O.) 

Richard Dawes, C. 

Helen Kelly, C. 



550 



450 



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Counties & Unions, J 


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Clerks and Treasurers. 


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Population in 1861.^ 


5 


w|| -^l^^ 








DEVOMSHIRE-coif. 




1 














Plympton, St. 


21 


38 


21 


F.f. 


A. 


6 


e*.,P.W.P.CleTerton, 


G.W.SolUii 




Mary 
















R. Dawson 




A. T5^9 














TV., Christopher Har- 


H. C. Splatt 




P. 20,502 














ris. (Naval Bank,) 
Plymouth 






South Molton . 


30! 37 





S. 


A. 


10 


C'/., J. E. J. Riecard, 


Earl Forteseue 




A. 142,503 








f.f. 






South Molton 


Rev. W. H. Kars- 




P. 19,532 














TV., John Lon«rwortb 
Dames, Bank, South 
Molton 

[port 


]ak« 
J.Tapp 




•Stote Damerel . 


1 


153 




P.f. 


A. 


6 


Cl.t J. Beer, t Deron- 


J. W. W. Ryder 




A. 2,380 














7V., Peter Conrtenay 


J. Facey 




P. 50,440 














Clarke (Devon and 
Cornwall Bank), De- 
Tonport 






TaTMtocl . . 


25 


41 


7 


Tu.f A. 


6 


C/.,ILLnxton, Tavis- 


Rey.W.S.NewaiaB 




A. 158,567 














tock 


G. Witberidge 




P. 35,265 














TV., Reginald Butler, 
EdgcombeGill, Tavis- 
tock 


Rev. F. i. Bryant 




Thomas, St. . 


50 


02 


43 


F. 


A. 


9 


CL, J. G. BidwUl, 


T. Woodmam 




A. 130,141 














St. Thomas, Exeter 


Hon. and Rev. H. 




P. 48,338 














Assist, CL, J. Cham- 
pion, St. Thomas, 
Exeter 

TV., Thomas Snow, 


H. Coaroenay, 


















(City Bank), £x«ter 







Tirerton . 


27 


38 


14 


Ta. 


A. 


11 


C/.,C.M.Hole,Tiver. 


C. Matthews 




A. 103,212 














ton 


T. Pearce 




P, 30,875 














TV., FrancisDansford, 
(Old Bank)>Tivert<m 


W. Carter 




Torriugtou 


23 


28 





S.f. 


A. 


10 


CL, P. B. Glubb, Gt. 


J. C. M. Stevens 




A. 81,472 














Torrington 


J. G. Johnson 




P. 16,876 














Assis,CL, W.T.Gluhbt 

TV., Matthew Richard 

Loveband(W.ofEng- 

land&S.WalesBank) 

Great Torrington 






Totaeft . • 


28 


45 


14 


s. 


A. 


11 


C/.,T. W.Windeatt, 


J. B. Paige 




A. •8,342 














Totnes 


W. P. Mnrcbe 




P. 3-2,942 














Tr., Howard Drake 
Pearce (Devon and 
Cornwall Bank). 
Totnes 


W. Rendell 





• Under Local Act. 



t Cleik to the Board of Commissiom rt. 

Aa ^Wa * — - - * S'%^ ixx- - 



I This Officer is Clerk to tha AMestmc&t Oommittee. 



POCKET ALMANAC AND GUIDE. 



87 



Reeving Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officexs. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



North, H. S. Pearce, Plymp- 
ton — Souih, R. Coleman, 
Yealmpton 



Soutik Molton, L. Babbage, 
South Molton—Witheridge, 
R. Melton, Bishopsnymp' 
ton. South Molton — Jg!r- 
moor iW.Kingdon, Simons- 
bath,Exmoor,SouthMolton 

TheParlsh^ .G.Ryall.Morice 
Town,DeTonport 



South, R. S. Merrifield, TaTi». 
toek—Xorth, W, Perry, 
Shute, Kelly, Tavistock 



A, or No. \, J. Sanford, jun., 
Kennford, Bxeter—J?. or 
No. % W. T. Baker, Top. 
sham, Exeter — C. or No. 
3, H. W. Austin, Broad- 
clist, Exeter 



Eastern, H. Ascott, Halber- 
ton, Tiverton — Southern^ 
R. Chattey, Tiverton 
Northern^ S.BesIey,Bamp- 
ton, Tirerton 



No, 1, C. Heale, Great Tor- 
ringrton — No.%, J.Tanton, 
Dolton, Great Torrington 



No. 1, N. Browse, Bridge- 
town, Totnes— JVb. 2, S. 
Lane« Totnes 



W. M. Holmes, G. 6. 
Both well, J. S.King, 
fi.C. Langford, J. £. 
Adkins 



J. Flexman, £. Fnrse, 
R. Ley, J. A. Tid- 
boald, S.J. Burrows, 
A. H. Attwater, R. 
Purse, F. R. Fair- 
bank, G. Wright 

P. F. L. De Larue, 
W. C. Wilson, J. C. 
Bennett, G. T. Rol- 
stOD, J. May, W. J. 
Anniss 

« 

R. Sleman, J. Pearse, 
W. C. Northey, J, 
H. Willis, R. WiUis, 
H. T. Woodd, J. G. 
Doidge, N. Kent 

R. Brent, M.D., G. Py 
croft, M. Farraut, 
W. H. Land, J. 
Somer, H. Edye, 
E. M. Puddicombei 
W.C. Hunt, J. Spetti' 
gue, E. B. Stephens, 
G. M; G. Saunders, 
M.D., L. Nicholls, 
W. Christopher, G. 
N. Colly ns, G. P. 
Barton 

E. C. Ashford, J. Red- 
drop, S. J. Burrows, 
H.J.Edwards, S.R. 
Potter, M. D., C. E. 
CutcliflTe.W.Gribble, 
M.D.,R. Bryden,N, 
B.Grigg, H. M. Body 

J. C. Hole, R. Rudall 
C. R. Jones, M. T. 
West, S. Michell, T. 
K. Dingley, J. O. 
Rouse 



C. H. Brooking, J. J. 
Goodridge,W.Kel1ock, 
P. A. Cornish, J. P. F. 
P. Hains, O.Kiemau, 
T. E. Owen, A. New^ 
man, W. £. Chilcote^ 
J. P. 8tone, A. New- 
roan, J. S. Cape 



W.T. Baker, Plympton St 
Rev. G. Patey [Mary 

G. G. B*.thwell (M.O.) 
Ellen Robertson, C. 1 

G. Davey, South Molton 
Rev. T. H. Maitland, South 

Molton 
J. Flexman (M.O.) 
Mary S. Churchill, C. 3 
Sarah Matt/tews 

F. P.Gruzelier, Swilly, Dc-'. 
vonport 

No Chaplain 

P. De Larue (M.O.) 

John Creber, C. 1 

Mary A. Trist, C. 1 

W. Beck, Tavistock 

No Chaplain 

R. Sleman (M.O.) 

Wm, J.Bowden, Pr. 2 

Ann Ford, Pr. 2 [Exeter 

G. Timewell, St. Thomas, 
Rev. T. Wolston, Exeter 
H.T. Hartnoll(M.O.) 
Edmund W. Scanes,C. 3 
Eliza Tonge, Eff. 2 



J, U. Ascott, Tiverton 
No Chaplain 
E. C. Ashford (M.O.) 
Henrietta A- Rowe, Eff. 3 



G. H. Sellick, Great Tor- 
rington [rington 
Rev. C. Palmer, Great Tor- 
C. R. Jones (M.O.) 
Henry Nicholls, Pr. 2 
Sarah A. P. Hearn, Pr. 2 

J. G. Hicks, Totnes 
Rev. F. H. Hele, Little- 
hempstone, Totnes 
J. P. F. Hains (M.O.) 
William Tope, Eff. 2 
Eliza Tope, C. 1 



220 



250 



862 



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Counties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 


III 


IS 


•■si 


& 


Clerks and Treasurers. 


Chairmen 

and 

Vice-chairmen. 




Population In 1861. 


0-4 


"o 


'^S 


|Ql<;Q 








Oorsetsli. 










1 








Beami aster 


25 


30 


5 


Th. 


A. 


36 


C/.,G. Cox3eaniinster 


W. Pope 




A. 53,764 














TV., Herbert Williams. 


S. Warren 




P. 13,567 














(Old Bank), Dor- 
chester 






Blandford 


3.3 


36 


9 


S. f. 


B. 


36 


C/., W. H. Atkinson, 


Rev. R. Farquhar- 




A. 58,105 








8, 






Blandford 


son 




P. ] 4,821 














TV., Joseph May, Na- 
tional Provincial 
Bank, Blandford 


M. Fisher 




Bridport . 


10 


27 


5 


W.f. 


A. 


36 


C/.,R.Corniok, Brid- 


B. Lcggo 




A. 33,187 














port 


J. Roper 




P. 16,828 














TV., Herbert Williams, 
(Old Bank,) Dorches 
ter 






Cerne 


21 


23 


8 


W.f. 


A. 


36 


C/.,W. Beach, Cerne 


M. Miner 




A. 45,363 














Abbas, Dorchester 


S. Symes 




P. 7,318 














Tr., Herbert WiDiams, 
(Old Bank,) Dor- 
chester 






Dorchester 


40 


44 


13 


Th.f 


A 


36 


CI., Henry Lock, Dor- 


J. Floyer. M.P. 




A. 69,976 














cbes'ter 


L. Groves 




P. 17,492 














TV., Robt. WilUams. 
Dorchester 


J, Lovelace 




Poole 


8 


12 


2 


W.t 


B. 


17 


CL, J. Slade, Poole 


J.Wood 




A. 27,023 














TV., Hugh Kingsmill 


J. Pyne 




P. 13,742 














Thurston, Blandford 






Shaftesbury . 


ly 


24 


5 


Tlt.f 


6. 


36 


C/.,C. E. Biickland, 


Marquess of West- 




A. 36,493 














Shaftesbury 


minster 




P. 12,986 














TV., Edwin - Thomas, 
Shaftesbury 


T. B. Bower, jun. 




Sherborne 


31 


35 


10 


Th. 


A. 


36 


C/., J. Y. Melmoth, 


J. Goodden 




A. 40,018 














Sherborne 


Rer. R. Messiter 




P. 13,463 














TV., Charles Stokes, 
(Wilts and Drrdet 
Bank,) Sherborne 






Sturminster 


20 


23 


6 


W. 


B. 


36 


(7/.,B.Cheesman .Stur- 


M. Williams 




A. 37,934 














minster, Blandford 


J. Coate 




P. 10,340 














TV., Herbert WiHiaras 




















(01dBank),Dorchester 






Wareham and 


27 


31 


12 


Tu. 


B. 


17 


CI., F. FiUiter, Ware- 


J. H. Calcraft 




Purbeck 














ham 


W. Voss 




A. 95,475 














<rr., Herbert Williams 


W. C. Lacey 




P. 17,072 














(Banker), Wareham 






Weymouth 


18 


23 


7 


Tu.f 


A 


36 


CL, R. Hare, Wey- 


H.CCJoodden 




A. 37,282 














mouth 


H. Derenish 




P. 27,291 






__ 








TV., Richard Folliot 
Eliot (Old Bank), 
Weymouth 




m 



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39 



Relieving Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Cliaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers, 



«5i 



Beaminster, J. Pine, Cora- 
oombe, Dorchester — Ne- 
therbury, G. Wakely, 
Broadwinsor, Beamtnster 



iVb. 1, W. Lance, Blandford 
—No. 2, 'J. C. Turner, 
Winterbome Stickland, 
Blandford 

Burton BradstockW,Tu€iLery 
Burton Bradntock, Bridport 
— Whitchurch Canonicorum 
R. Rendell, Morcomblake, 
Bridport — JBridport, J. Bet- 
tis, Bridport 

The l/nion, J. Biles, Ceme 
Abbas, Dorchester 



No. 1, J. Wallis, Fording- 
ton, Dorchester — No. 2, 
C. Groves, Winterboi-ne 
Steepleton, Dorchester 

No. 1, W. Rollings, Poole, 
—No. 2, C. P. Meatyard, 
Lytchett Minster, Poole 

IVo. I, R. Hiissey, Shaston 
St. James, Shaftesbury— 
No. 2, J. Meaden,Gilling- 
ham, Shaftesbury 

Northern, W.Danford,jun., 
Sherborne — Southern, W. 
Dunford, Senr.,Lillington, 
Sherborne 

Sturminster, R. E. Hold way. 
Child Oke ford, Blandford 
—Sialbrklge, J. Hunt, 
Marnhnll, Blandford 

No. 1, W. Marsbman, Ware- 
bam— iVb. 2, J. Halletr, 
Bereregis, Blandford ■— • 
No. 3, J. Webber, Cbrfe 
Castle, Warehanr 

iVo.l, J. Lee, jun., Weymouth 
—No. 2, Z. White, Upwey, 
Dorchester 



. S. Webb, W. J. 
Daniel, J. J. Clapcott, 
G. S. Joliffe, R. W. 
Broster 



C. Ingram, F. D. Lys. 
J. Ewens, E. M. 
Spooner, W. S. Gran- 
ger 

W.H.Hay,G.M.£vans, 
M. Denxiloe, U. £. 
Norris 



H. Downes, J. H 
Dowling, M.D., J. 
Ewens 



G. Panton, G. Curme, 
R. Slade, R. M. 
Rendall, J. P. Ald- 
rldge, T. Parker 

E. Lacy, A. Crabb, A, 
P.Hamilton, M.D. 



J. H Swain, W. H. R. 
Bennett, £. J. Miles 



R. R.Hawkins, W.H, 
Williams, W. High 
more, £. Turner 



J. Tarzewell, R. G. 
Long. D. Curme, J. 
C. Leach 

C. Willoox, W.Daniel, 
W. Williams, W. S. 
Grander, P. D. Lys, 
H. D. C. Delamotte, 
W. E. Humble 

R. Griffin, J. W.Prid. 
ham, J. Carrutliera, 
T. R. 6. Parker, 
M.D.,W.S. Granger 



[Beaminster 
T. Wotton, Stoke Abbott, 
Rev. T. Ansell, Stoke Abbott, 

Beaminster 
J. S. Webb (M.O.) 
James Simmonds, Pr. 1 
Elixa Runyurd, C. 1 
R. H. Morgan, Blandford 
Rev. J. R. Quirk, Bland- 
ford 
E. M. Spooner (M.O.) 
Ann Puddicombe, Pr. 1 
B. Ames, Bradpole, Bridport 
Rev. A. Broadley, Bradpole, 

Bridport 
W. H. Hay (M.O.) 
Anne E. Brown 

R. Curme, Ceme Abbas, 
Dorchester 

Rev. A. Williams 

J. H. Dowling (M.O.)' 

A nnie Biles, Pr. 2 

T. Coren, Pordington, Dor- 
chester [Chester 

Rev. T. R. Maskew, Dor- 

G. Panton (M.O.) 

Mary M. Miail, C. 3 

A Clarke, Longlleet, Poole 

Rev. M. Patey 

H. D. Ellis (M.O.) 

M.Loveridge,Q.\ 

W. J. Burkon, Shaston St. 
James, Shaftesbury 

Rev. F. Gell 

J. H. Swain (M.O.) 

J. Coren, Sherborne 

Rev. R. D. Lagden 

W. H. Williams (M.O.) 

Rosina Freeth 

[Blandlord 

G. W. Wood, Sturminster, 

Rev. R. Lowndes 

J. Tarzewell (M.O.) 

Annie C. Rowe, Pr. 1 

W.P. Brown, LadySt.Mary, 
Wareham 

Rev. S. R. Capel, Wareham 

W. Daniel (M.O.) 

Harriet Webber 

W. Bryant, Weymouth 

Rev. J. D. Addison, Wey- 
mouth 

(M.O.) 

William Pearcf, Pr. 1 

nfary F ffibbs, 

U,g,l,zedbyCjCJCJ35ll^ 



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THB UNION, FABI8H, AND BOABD OF HEALTH OFFICEBs' 



Counties & Unioniiy 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in 1861. 



4) h* 



^ 



Sit 

O. 5 



SI 



Clerks and Treasurers. 



Chairmen 

and 

Vice-Cliainnen. 



DORSETSHIRE-c<m 

Wimbome and 
Cranborne 
A. 81,103 
P. 17;iM 

Durbaiiis 

Auckland 

A. 50,303 
P. 90^1 

Chester - le - 
Street 

A. 33,070 
P. VfiOO 

Darlington 

A. 02,052 
P. 20>122 



Durham 

A. 43;»5 
P. 42,402 

Easington 

A. 38,403 
P. 27;»3 

Gateshead 

A. 25,0» 
P. 50,400 



Hartlepool 

A. 20,300 
P. 20,153 

Houghton . le • 
Spring 

A. 10,202 
P. 21,773 

Lanchester 

A. 54,543 
P. 27,8» 

Sedgefield 

A. 43,053 
P. 11,774 

South Shields . 
A. 15,477 
P. 44,840* 



20| 



33 



42 



14 



41 



10 



23 



14 



P.f. 



ThJ 



Th.l 



M.f. 



S.f. 



ThJ 



Tu.l 



S.f. 



UJ. 



Th.( 



F.f. 



TbJ 



J. 



12 



12 



12 



12 



13 



12 






C/., J.E.JenTey, Wim- 
bome 
TV., George Quick 
(National Proyincial 
Bank), Wimborue 
67., W. D. Trotter, 

Bishop Auckland 
TV., William Back- 
house, St. John's Wol- 
singham by Darlington 
a., J.A.Jacksoii,Ches- 
ter-le-sc,FenGe Houses 
TV., Robert Spenee, 
(Union Bank,) New 
oastle-on-Tyne 
CL, J. Hodgson, Dar- 
lington 
TV., Edmd. Backhouse 
(Mess. J. Backhouse & 
Co.,) Darlington [ham 
C/.,R. Thoiupnon, Dur- 
TV., John Wheeldon 
Barnes, Durham 

[Ferry Hill 

C/., J.Dote,Easington, 

TV., Christopher Dove 

Barker (Union Bk.), 

Newcastle-on-iyne 

CI., W. J. Browne, 

GatOMbead 
TV., Robert Spenee, 
(Union Bank), New- 
castleon-Tyne 



CL, W. Kilriugton, 
Hartlepool [tiepool 

IV., Wm. Horner, Har- 
[Houghton-le-Spring 

CL, J. R. Lepge, 

TV., "John Wheeldon 
Barnes( J . Backhouse 
and Co.), Durham 

^/.,W. W.Thompson, 
Lanchetiter, Durham 

TV.,Fred. Jas. Laycock, 
Lanchester, Durham 

CL, R. F. Middleton, 
Sedgefield, Fenryhill 

TV., John Han, Sedge- 
field, Ferr>hill 

CL, Thomas Salmon, 
South Shielda 

TV., Thoe Soott (Union 
Bank), South Shields 



& J. Parke 
J. Hatchard 



H.S.Stobart 
W. Edgar 
R. Peverell 



G. Heslop 
J. Crawford 



J. B. Pease 
E. Kipling 
J. Feetham 



T. Crawford 
J. Forster 



R.Burdon 
Rev. A* BathuBC 



J. Hewitt 
W. Benao 



S. Robinron 
W. S. Look 



T. W. U. Robinson 
J. Todd 
W. Tmdalo 

Rer. J. Thompson 
J. Calvert 



C« Gartfaomo 
R. Applegarth 



W. Anderson . 
E.J. J^BaoweH 



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41 



Relieving Offlcen and 
Districts. 



iVo. 1, W. Pitt, Wim- 
borne — No. 3» J. Unnt, 
Ckaubome, Salisbury 



BishopAwckiand, G.Salkeld, 
Bishop Auckland — Ham- 
sterleft J.Thompson^Wit- 
ton-leWear, Darlington 

Chester-te-^eet, R. Dick- 
inson, Chester-le -Street, 
FenGeHouaes — Harraton, 
R.Hodg8on yBirtley , Fence 
Houses 

Darlington, W. Wilkinson, 
Darlington —Aycliffej W. 
Wastell, Heighington, 
Darlington 

SahU Nicholas, J. Gregson, 
GiUigate, Durham— ^Mf>« 
Oswald, T. Gowland, HaU- 
garth-itreet, Durham 

The Union, John Mason, 
Eaaington, Ferry Hill 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workbouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teacher^. 



a B. Parkinson, wJ 
Druitt, A. F. Van I 



v. Hutchinson, C. Al 
worthy, W. B. Kil- 
bum, H. G. Hardy, 
W. McDonnell Kelly 

R. Linton, i. Jackson 



S. E. Piper, T. Cossar, 
J.Mackie,J.A.Hasle 
wood, W. J. Strother 



R. N. Robson, W. Boyd, 
J.Came8,W.C.AUen 



G. Harvey ,Wimbome Min. 
ster, Wimbome 
Rev. W. Fletcher, D.D. 
W. Druitt (M.O.) 
Louisa Walker, Pc. 
J. Wyld. Bishop Auckland 
No Chaplain 
y. Hutchinson (M.O.) 
Clara Warbiook, Pr. 3 



tl04 



Gttirshead, R. R. Chapman, 
Gateshead — Heworth, W. 
H. Stephenson, Felling, 
Gateshead — Whiekham, 
J. Wilkinson, Whick. 
ham, Gateshead — Winlaton. 
W. Kell, Winlaton, New- 
castle..on.Tyne 

The Union, E. <L. Spenoe, 
HarUepool 



MMtgUoM, 3. Coolaon, 
Houghton • U • Spring — 
Hetton, J. Elliott, East 
Rainton, Fence Honaea 

Eastern, R. Lumley, Lan- 
cheater, Durham — West" 
em, W. G. Laycock, High 
Conaide, Durham 

The C/isioft,W.Lowe8,Sedge- 
field, FerrybiU 



S.W.Broadbent,T. C, 
Beatty,J. C.Thomp. 
soD,W.H.G.Te88ier 

R. F. Cook, G. Doug- 
lass, R.DuTi», J. H. 
Stephenson, A. Meg- 
get, J. Callender, W. 
H. Brecknell 



G. Moore, G. Kirk, J. 
Allanson 



South Shields, G. S. Sbotton, J. 
South Shield* — Westoe, 
B. Hunt«r,Sofutb Shields— 
Hedwmrtk, 

Monkton, Ronth Shields 



G. Tweddell, R. P. 
Edger, W. Curry 



W. T. Bolton, J. Wil. 
aon,M.D.,H.W.Wat 



W. L. Pieroey, H 
Clark, G.R. Sheraton 



S. Denham, E. Cal- 
lender, R. F. Thomp. 
son, J. Grant 



J. Dixon, Chester-Ic-Street, 
Fence Houses 

No Chaplain* 

R. Linton (M.O.) 

Hannah Robinson 

E. £. Deayeti, Darlington 

Rev. J. G. Pearson, Dar- 
lington 

S. E. Piper (M.O.) 

£7isff6e/A//o6«o» [Durham 135 

C. W. Buddie, CroMgate, 
Rev. T. Roiren, Durham 

W. Boyd (M.O.) 

Elizabeth fVentU'orth,'Eff. » 

J. Mason, Easington, Ferry 
Hill 

No Chaplaint 

S. W. BroadbenC (M.O.) 319 

W. Colquhoun, Gateshead 

No Chaplain 

R. F. Cook (M.O.) 

William Holmes, C. 1 

Marp A. Laidler, C. 3 

[tiepool (1309 
R. Newton, Throstou, Bar- 
Rer. 
G. Moore (M.O.) 

T.Hupe,Houghti)n-]e-Spring 158 

No Chaplain 

G. Tweddell (M.O.) 

J.Ross, Lanchester,Durhani 84 
Rev. J. Dingle, Lanehester, 

Durham 
J. Wilson (M.O.) 
J. Graham, Sedgefleld, 94 

Ferryhill 
No Chaplain 
G. R. Sheraton (M.O.) 
W.Goddard, Westoe, Sontti §306 

Shields 
J. S. Denham (M.O.) 
Sarah Aynxley, Pr. 1 
Alice Hills 



' '* The Sab.Curates of Chester.Ie.Strdet attend the Workhouse gratuitously. 

4 Hm CfBnte of Easington lectures once a week atlhe Workhouse, t And Vagrant wards 10. 



42 



TJIE UNION, PARISH, AWB BOABD OF HEALTH OFFICEBS' 



Counties & Unions, 
Area in Acres, 


I 


II 


|i 




»1 




Clerks and Treasurers. 


Chairmen 
and 




and 
Population in ISfil. 


^ 


c 


U 


as 


l« 


<S 




Viee-Chalmnen. 




DURHAM-con. 




1 1 J 












Stockton . . 30 


47 ; 9 W.f 


J. 


48 


C/.>Wm.B«st, Stock- 


M. Fowlev 




A. 57,405 






. 






ton 


J. Grey 




P. 45,325 














TV., Winiam^kinner, 
Stockton 






Sunderland 


11 


37 


9 Tb. 


J. 


12 


CL, F. Hodgrson, 


J. J. Kayll 




A. 11^44 
















J. Addison 




P. 90,704 














Sunderland 
Tr., John Watson 


. 6. Bavnea 




— i »•: 














(Messrs. Wood and 
Co.), Sunderland 


.■'" 




Teesdale. 


44 


52 


9 


ex. 


J. 


13 


CL, J. D. Holmes,Bar- 


R«T. W. F. Wha*. 




A. 174,102 














nard Castle, Dar- 


ton 




P. 20.880 














lington 
TV., Joshua Coke 

stone,Bamard Castle 


M. Headlam 
6. Brown 




Weardale 


4 


16 


2 


F.f. 


J. 


12 


CL, T. H. Bates, Wol- 


J. Walton 




A. 00,533 














singham, Darlington 


6. J, Mooter 




P. 16,418 














TV., Edmund Baek. 
house, Darlington 


J 




Sfisez B 




















Billericay 


25 


38 


13 Ta.f 


D. 


14 


C/., C. C. Lewis, Jan., 


J. F. Botler 




A. 50,845 














BiUerieay 


J.PocOLliDgtM; 




P. 15,031 














TV., Wm. Michael Tttf 
n'ell (Messrs. Spar- 
row, Round, 4 Co.) 
Chelmslord 






Braintree 


14 


24 


8 


MX 


D. 


14 


CI., W. VaUance, 


J. Smith 




A. 38,052 














Braintree 


S. Tabo^; 




P. 17,170 














TV., William Michael 
Tufiien,Bank,Brain- 
tree 






Ch Imsford . 


31 


38 


21 


Ta.f 


D. 


14 


Ch, W. W. Duffield, 






A. 83,906 














Chelmsford 


J. Christy, Jan.* 


i 


P. 32,7«J 














TV., William Michael, 
Tufnell, (Bankers) 
ehehtts&rd 






Colchester 


16 


23 


8 


Tu. 


D, 


14 


CA, A. L. Laing, Cd- 


P a Pairfaen 




A. 11,200 














ohester 


J. Sarin 




P. 23,809 














TV., James IngUa, Col- 






• 














chester 






Donmow . • 


25 


36 


9 


Tu. 


D 


14 


C/.,W. Johnson, €t 


Rev. E. F. Gepp 




A. 72,694 








fA 






Dunmow 


R. Judd 




P. 1»,?5» 














TV., WiUiam Michael 
Tufnell, Bank«Brain- 






- 














troe 







* Wednesday and Monday alternately. 

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48 



KeUeving Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workliouaes. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers, 



S"3 



Stockton, R. L. Pearson, lA. B. H. Trotter, W.; 

Stockton —Yarm» J, Stob- ! H.01i?er,J.Richard- 

bart, Yarm— Middlesbro*, > son 

W. Banks, Middlesbro' { 
Blshojnoearmouth, J. Bruce, U. H. Taylor, J. 

Bi8hupwearmouth,Sunder-l Shaw, J. Evana, L. 

land — Sun4erla$id,i,)\wikA Blumer, G. Nattrass, 

phrey, Bishopw«annouth,| J. Lang, i. T. Reed 

Sunderland — Monktoear' 

tmmth, W. Taylor, Monk- 

wearmouth Shore, Sun- 
derland 



Barnard Castle, G. Butter- 
I field, jun., Barnard Caatle 
— Staindrop, J. Dixon, 
Staindrop, Darliogtoa — 
Middieton, G. Walton, 
Cotherstone, Darlington 
The Union, J. Benson, Stan- 
hope, vid Darlington — 
Assistant, T. Rutter, 
Wolaingham, Darlington 

Eastern, J. Simpson, Pitsea, 
Wickford — Western, -G. 
Morrells, Billericay 



Braintree, P. Godfrey, 
Braintree — Finchingjieldj 
W. Wood, Weathersfield, 
Braintree 



F'irst^ W. Sewell. €belms. 
ford — Second, H. B. Croy- 
den. Stock, Ingatestene— 
TMird, A. Cole, Little 
Waltbam, Chelmsford 



J. Mitchell, J. Gra- 
ham, J. Makens, J. 
Helmer, W. Brans- 
kill, F. H. Homfray 

C. Amisou, v. Dereyi 
J. Bourne, G. Hood 



first, J. Dedman, Crouch 
street, Colchester— 6Vcoim{, 
C. Sigyers, Colchester 



W.Carter.A.W.Wallis 
G.W.Raine,R.Cole8, 
R. Corbett, G. P 
Sargent, M.D. 



J. Harrison, H. J. 
Shirley, H. Rust, 
T. Taylor 



0. Copland, J. N. 
Barlow, H. Hare, 
C. Franklin, A. 
Clarke,A.Goodchild, 
D.Wheeler, J.Thorp, 
jun., G. P. Sargent 

G. Brown,M.D.,S.A. 
Brough, £. Worts 



Mtebbing^ E.P. Parsons.Great 
HvLtimo^—Thaxted, k. E. 
Hibble, Thavted, Great 
Dunmow— /ra(/{e/d, T. G. 
Luckin, White Roothing, 
Great Dunmow 



W. S. Wyman, H. S. 
Howell,J. J. Sewell, 
J. Parkerson, W. B. 
Clapbam, J. W. Fry 



G. Hopper, Stockton 

A. E. H. Trotter (M.O.) 
Spencer Holme* 
Elizabeth Burnett 

B. Tyerman, Bishopwear- 
moutb, Sunderland 

No Chaplain 

C. N. Foote (M.O.) 
Jaine3K.Hay,lLf£.l 
Margaret II ay, Pr. 1 



J. Garforth, Barnard-caatle 

No Chaplain 

J. Mitchell (M.O.) 



J. Gray, Stanhope, vid Dar- 
liugton 
No Chaplain 
C. Aroison (M.O.) 

R. Duncan, Great Burstead, 

Billericay 
Rev.R. C.Webb, Billericay 
W. Carter (M.O.) 
Samuel J. SUcocks, Pr. 2 
Ellen Thorogood, C. 3 
T. Tunbridge, Bocking, 

Braintree 
Rev. R. S. Dobson 
T. Taylor (M.O.) 
Anthony R. Ay ton, Eff. 3 
Mary A. Viall, Pr. I 
T. Allen, Chelmsford 
Rev. W. BuBwell, Widford, 

Chelmsford 
D.Wheeler (M.O.) 
Edward Parfitt, C.S 
Eliza Lawes, C. 1 
W. R. Willcocks, Saint 

Botolpb, Colchester 
Rer. M. Seaman, D.D., 
H. Laver (M.O.) 
Edward F, Hunwick 
Charlotte Gairod 

A.ValIance, Great Dunmow 
Rev. W. L. Scott 
W. P. Clapham (M.O.) 
WlUiam Lodge, Eff. 3 
Mary A. Taquey 



150 



418 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



14 



THE UNION, PARISH, AND BOARD OF HSALTH OFFICERS 



Counties & Unions, 


111 


51 


\t\U 


"as 




Chairmen 




Area in Acres, 


©"E 


SI 


\WE 


^erks and Treasurers. 


and 




and 


S -3 2 


ii 


\^-^ 




Vice-Chainnen. 




Population in 1R61. 


^'^6!«c5 


\M^ 


<p 








miX-con. 


















Epping . . 


17 21 


12. 


p.fi 


1 D. 


14 


Ci.,JohnW.Winda8, 


6. Hine 




A. 46,459 












EppiDg 


H. Wentworth 




P. 16^4» 


- 










TV., Henry Double- 
day, Epping 






Habtead . . 


16 96 


13 


p.fi 


1 D. 


14 


CI, W. A. Troup, 


J. Brewster 




A. 38,913 












Haljttead 


6. GoodehUd 




P. 18,482 












TV., Basil Sparrow, 
Bank, HaUtead 






Lexden &Wins- 


i5 38 


U 


W.i 


D. 


14 


CI, Wni. Howard, 


C. 6. Round 




tree 












Colchester 


Rer. K C. Ellla 




A. 73,831 












TV., Thos. L'Eatrange 


J. M. Green 




P. 22,950 












£wen,Dedham, Col- 
chester 






Ifaldon . . 


» 38 


6 


TnA 


D. 


14 


C^,W.Codd,Ma]don 


R. Seabrobk 




A. 107,030 












il«.CI.,E.Hance, Mai. 


W. Clarke 




P. 12^56 












don 
TV., William Michael 
Tufnell (Banker), 






Ongrar . . a 


» 30 


9 


Tu.f 


D. 


14 


67., C. Mott, Chipping 


Rer. F.A. S. Fane 




A. 47,405 












Ongar 


S. Joaling 




P. 11,317 












TV., Charles Brown, 
Chipping Ougar 


- 




Onett . 1 


8 21 


9 


Th.f 


D. 


14 


CI,, N. Surridge, Rom- 


S. Westwood 




A. 45,597 












ford 


aAaplin 




P. 11,595 












TV., London & County 
Banking Company, 
Romford 


\ 




Rochford . . 2 


7 30 


7 


To. 


D. 


14 


C^,W.6regson, Roch- 


D» K. Scratton 




A. W7,84« 






f.a. 






ford 


G.Wood 




P. 18,282 












TV., William Michael 
TufneJl (Banker), 
Chelmsford 


- 




-Romford . . 1 


9 24 


ff 


Tu. 


D. 


14 


CL, W, H. Clifton, 






A. 48,2U 












Romford J. Paalin | 




P. 86,965 












TV., London & County 
Banking Company, 
Romford 


W.W. Glenny 




Saffron Walden 2^ 


i 32 


6 


F. 


D. 


14 


CI., W. Thurgood, 


J. Clarke 




A. 61,760 












Saffiron Waldeu 


G. S. Gib«n 




P. 19,721 












Tr,, Joshua Qarke, 
SaSruu Walden 






Tendring . 3^ 


39 


11 


W. 


D. • 


14 


f?/.,D. Mustard, Man- 


J. Woodgate 




A. 89383 












ningtree 


W. Freeborn 




P. 27.105 








__. 




IV., Thomas William 
Nunn (Banker), 
Manningtree 


A. Hempaon 


i 
i 



POCKET AI«MANAC AND QUIDS. 



45 



RelieviDg Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachert. 



A 



CkigtoeilfH^Twenoia ,Epping 
—Mari^w, W. Redding, 
Hsurlow 



ii%rst, J. Bttim» Halstead 
— Jle c m nd , J.Mayne, Great 
Veldham, Halstead 



W. T. Lewis, F. Tur 
tie. D. R. McNab, A. 
Priest, W. L. Horley, 
A.B.Thompson, M.D. 
J. Clegg, R. N. Day, 
C. Sanders 

D. Sinclair, S. Thorp, 
B. Andrews, J. Tay- 
lor, W. Simpson 



^^.fe,€.Arthy,WesCBerglio1t, 
Ck>lcb ester -~ Second, E. 
C. Bonner, Feldon, Col- 
ckkeBter—Third, S. Hould- 
img, Stanway, Colchester 

Afaldon, C. Croxon, Mai- 
don — Vengie, J. Fisk, 
Southminster, Maldon — 
Tlkurstablet W. Otway, 
Tolleshunt D'Arcy,Withain 

JV*. 1, T. Thompson, Staple- 
ford Abbott, Romford — 
JV«. %, H^Hnghes, Fyfield, 
Ongar 

77«« l79eioit,6.Heigho,6ray8 
Thurrofik, Romford 



First, C. C. Kendrick, Roch- 
ford — Second, G. Bell, 
Rayleigh 



iV«. 1, A. Sherman, Great 
Ilford— iVo.3, T.W.Capron, 
Romford 



JVo. I, C. Johns, Saffron 
Walden— Ao. 3, W. Wells, 
Newport, Bishop Stortford 
— JV0. 3, H. Caslake, Rad- 
wauter, Braintree 

Ardieigh, R. Fenning,Great 
B romley •Colchester— J7ar- 
mfick, G. Francis, Ram- 
sey, Harwich — Thorpe, 
G. Kent, Weeley,Colcbee- 
ter 



W.S. Ling, P. Havens, 
H.Green, H.Hart. J 
H. Salter,T. H. Fenn, 
H. Larer, A. J. J. 
Chitty, L. H. Frank- 
lyn 

J. Thorp, T. Tomlin- 
son, G. P. May, T. 
C. Wigg, C. Read; 
R. G. Coombe, J. 
H. Salter 

W. Gilmear, F. D'. 
Potter, J. R. Clegg, 
C. Davenport, N. E. 
Cresswell, J.Cooper 

W. F. Vidal, D. Corbet, 
M.D.,R.Corbet,J.H. 
Ford, R. B. Jordlson, 
A. Claire 

R. Coles, G. P. B, Wil- 
ling,M.D..W.R.War- 
wir.k,M.D., J.Byass, 
T. King 

W.H.CIarkson, F. H. 
Davidson, B.W. Sul- 
liran, W. P. Vidal, 
C. Butler, R. L. Jor- 
disou 

J.W.Pry, R. Reynolds, 
G. S. Robinson, J, 
Balding, F.F.Welsh, 
A. N.Jones, H.Stear 

D. L. Manthorp, P. 
Harens, M. L. Man- 
thorp, P. W. Fresh- 
fiAld, T. Peat, W. 
Meadowcroft, R. 
Latten, T. E. Os- 
mond, A. Freshfield, 
A. J. J. Chinv 



J. Mockford, Thoydon Gar- 

non, Epping 
Rev. T.J. Robinson, Epping 
J. Clegg (M.O.) 



M. Keaveny, Halstead 
Rev. R. W. Houghton 
D. Sinclair (M.O.) 
George Porter, C. 2 
Sarah J. Porter, Pr. 1 
W. Kingsbury, Stanway, 
Colchester 
Rev. J. S. Eaton 
H. Laver (M.O.) 
Edward Grijiths, C. 1 
Adelaide J. Harwood 

C. R. Timperley, St. Peter, 
Maldon 

Rev. W. Stuart, Maldon 
T. Tomlinson (M.O.) 
Theophilus Evans, Pr. 1 
Jane E. Davis, Eff. 1 
R. W. Low, Stanford 

Rivers, Romford 
Rev.F. E.Elliot, High Ongar 
M. H. Grattan (M.O.) 
Mary A, Low, Pr. « 
J. Sills, Orsett, Romford 
Rev. G. Pridham, Stanford, 

Romford 

D. Corbet, M.D. (M.O.) 
BdgarChlnerv \ LydlaWade 

W. W. Willson, Rochford 

Rev. G. Watson 

T. King (M.O.) 

John Tunmer, Pr. 1 

Emily Mann, C. 2 

J. McDonald, Romford 

Rev. J. Goodday 

N. F. Davey(M.O.) 

John Burrell, Pr. 1 

Laura M. Clarke [Walden 

R. S. Chapman, Saffron 

Rev. R. Clutton 

F. F. Welsh (M.O.) 

WUHam Archer 

Mary A. Marson, C. 3 

H. Haniday,Tendring, Col- 
chester 

Rev. G.Wilkins,Wix, Man- 
ningtree 

M. L. Manthorp (M.O.) 

George B. Hatnblin, C. 3 

Mary Adgey^ Pr. 1 



504 



330 



873 



804 



435 



SMi 



»Awl7. VagnmtWurd. 



t And 18. Vagraalf. 



Pft 



46 



THK UNION, PARISH, AND BOABD OF HEAI.TH OFFICERS* 



Counties & Unions, _| |^ 5 
Area in Acres, ■-'-'•" 
and 



Population in i8Gl.^ 



ESSEX 
We^c Ham 

A. 19,477 
P. 59^19 



Witbam . 

A. 38,934 
P. 16,3-24 



*5 ' 






Clerks and Treasurers. 



Chairmen 

and 

Vice-chairmen. 



8 Th. 



14 M.tB 



Crloacestersliire i 



^^ Bristol, City . 19, 48 
A. 1,840 
P. 66,027 



Cheltenham . 
A. 24376 
P. 49,792 



Chipping Sod- 23 
bury 

A. 62^56 

P- 18,763 

Cirencester . 39 

. A. 85,366 

P. 20,934 



Clifton . "^. 
A. 29,475 
P. 1^4,687 



D ar«Iey . 

A. 20,521 
P. 13,331 

Gloucester 

A. 32,222 
P. 34,733 

Newent . 

A. 45,281 
P. 12,420 

M«rt]i1eacb 

A. 6 647 
P. 10,895 



40 



36 



57 



18 25 



30 34 



32 



23 



U 



32 



11 



23 



10 



P. 



Tb 



W.f 



Tu 



P. 



W.f 



F. 



P. 



P. 



P. 



14 C/., R. G. A. Jlilleary, Rey. T. Parry 



47 



3S 



47 



15 



15 



33 



Broadway ,Stracford, 
K 
7V.,G«o. Arthur Fuller, 
Lombard 8treet,Lon- 
don, E.C. 

C/. J.H BIood,Witbam 
TV.tJobnBawtree^jan 

(Messm. Miles, Baw- 

tree ,&Co.)>Colchester 

Cl^ E.G.Doggett,St. 

Peter's Hospital, 

Bristolf 
Ass. CL, G. F. Hyde, 

Bristol 
7V.,WilIiamGaleColes, 
(Stuckey&Co/sBank) 
Bristol 
C/.,.R. J. Tioehurst 

Cheltenham 
TV., James Greethead 

Strachan, Bk., Cbt:l 

tea ham 
C/.E.Holborow,Chippg 
Sodbury,ChippeDbam 
TV., Andrew Jas. Fox- 
well,Ghippin9Sodbury 
CA,W.L. Cooke, Ciren- 

cester 
TV. . Frederick Cripjis, 

Cirencester 

0/.. R. Mercer, Bristol 
TV., John WiUiam 

Miles, Coro-street, 

Bristol 

[ley 
C^,G.Wenden,Durs. 
TV., James Barnes 
Dursley 

C/.,S. Mayer, Glouces. „. „. ^„.« 
TV.,Wm.Philip Price, Rer. H.W. Maddy 

M.P.,GIoucestersbire 

BankingCo.,Glouces. 

[went 

CL, 0. Tunnicliff, Ne- 

TV-., Henry Ricbardf 

Lttckes, Bank, 

Gloticester 
CL, H. Stiles, Nortb- 

leacb, Cheltenham 
TV., Frederick Cripps, 

Cirencester 



J. Meesoa 



T. Beadiel 
Rer. J. Bramston 



H. A. P. Robertson, 

Goremor 
T. H. PengeDy, 
DepntyGoren 



J. Downing 
W.Ward 



W. H. H. Hartley 
E. Gale 



Rer. T. Mauri* « 
R. A.Ues 



H. W. Green 
Rer. F. B urges 



J. B. Pnrnell 
W. P. PumeU 
J. R. White 

R. H. Carter 



R. F. Onslow 
P. Matthews 



Hon. and Rer. G.G. 
C. Talbot 
W. Game 



* tiuOerXoca^Ac^^^^"""'^^'^^^"^'^^"*^"" 
t Clerk to the Gwemor and Guardian, of tW Poor of the Oty of BristoL 



POCKET ALMANAC AKD GUIDE. 



47 



Relieving Officers and 
Districts. 



DUtrict 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teackert, 



No. 1, H. Brittain, West 
Hans, Stratford, E.-~A^tf. % 
fValthamstow, S. MiUer, 
Wanstead, Leytonstoae — 
No. 3, A. MoDowall, Plais- 
tow, Stratford, £. 

The Union, W. E. Shee, 
Witham 



. B. Hamilton, T. F. 
Clay,G.T.Kelland,B 
Jtfoss, J. T. Vallance, 
W. Elphick, A. Pes- 
kett,F.CoUins,M.D., 
J. D. Browne, J. 
Byrne, F. Turtle 
A. G. Proctor, B. O. 
Varenne, H. Giles 



No. 1, J.Middleton, CoUege- 
street, Bristol — No. 2, 
"C. D. HaU, Earl -street, 
Bristol— JVb. 3, H. Carey, 
Cathay-street, Bristol — 
No.^yf. E. Singer,Norfolk. 
street, Bristol 

No. 1, S. McCraith, Chelten- 
ham— A^o. '2, W. Dawes, 
Cheltenham <- No. 3, J. 
Burrows, Charlton Kings, 
Cheltenham 

First, W, Codringtoo, Old 
Sodbury,Ghippenham — Se- 
cond, U. Sherborne, Wes' 
terleigh, Bristol 

Eastern, J. Sutton, Ampney 
Crucis, Cirencester — C«n- 
/re, H. Light, Cirencester— 
Western^. Mathew8,Dan- 
tisbourn Abbotts, Cireuces. 

1st, E.Tedder,Clifton, Bristol 
— 2»d,W.H.Tiley,St.Philip 
&St.JaGob,Bristol— 3r<e,W. 
Howell, Westbury-on-Trym. 
Bristol— 4/A, W.Rees,Fi8h' 
ponds, Sl George, Bristol 

No. 1, H. P. Tyrrell, Cam, 
Darsley— JVb. 2, W. Car- 
penter, Wotton - under- 
Edge 

No. I. J. J* Jones, Gloucester 
—No, «, B. Thurston, Glou- 
«esCer 



Neivent, John Jauncey, 

"Sevr^ni—Redmarlef, Jas. 

JauiM:ey, Bromsberrow, 

Ledbury 
No. 1 ,D.Agg,CoIneSt.Dennis, 

Northleach, — iVo. 2, J. 

Broad, Ched worth, North' 

leaeh 



W. Cooper, R. Fen- 
dick, J. James 



C.A. Walters, F.Digby, 
W. Gregory, T. J. 
Cotde, H. Beach— 
nupenser, E. P. 
Spier 

A. Grace, E. Day, 
W. J. Cox, J. Ash 
ley, C. A. Bosh 

R.D. Larke, M.D., J. 

Cornwall, W.Hodges 



J. MoBride, J. J. 
Evans, H. Onne- 
rod, E. Day, H.M 
Grace, C. Steele 



. W. Bullock, J 
Hall,D. J. Dutton 



A. P. Carter, G. A. H. 
Hepworth 



W. D. Cattle, J. C. 
Cuoke, G. B. York, 
M.D. 

J. T. Bedwell, T. S. 
Stott, F. B. Rey 
nolds, J. Cornwall, 
A. W. Gahb 



E. Chittock, Leytonstone, 

N.E. 
Rev. C. W. Dayies 
J. T. Vallance (M.O.) 
Julius fV. Cane 
Ellen Kemp 

S. Barber, Witham 
Rev. B. S. Clarke 
A. G. Proctor (M.O.) 
W. Hubbard | C. Harvey 
[tal,Bristot 
W. Needes, St.Peter's Hospi<^ 
E. Greatorex , Asy lum,Staple- 

ton, Bristol 
Rev. J. B. Spring, Bristol 
R.Fendick, H. Graoe(M.O.) 
R.T.Hughes,Eff.l^ohHJ3esseU 
S.^Cogte, C.l j ^. E. Burt 
S. Burton ( El.CogUjCA 
R. Gunton, Cheltenham 
Rev. J. H. Cardew 
H. E. Jessop (M.O.) 
Jas.Llo9d,C.l | W.Juggh 
H. G. Clayton \ M, MiUard 
J.Tucker, Yate, Chippenham 
Rev. J. P. F. Davidson 
A. Grace (M.O.) 

J. Williams, Cirencester 

Rev. W. Bartram, Ciren 

W. Hodges (M.O.) [cester 

fViiUam Gibson 

U. King 

D.Rogers, Stapletou, Bristol 

Rev. H. Malpas 

I>. E. Bernard (M.O.) 

fV. £.. Long I J. Woodington 

Diana Clarke, Eff. 3 

Elisabeth Evans, C. 3 

R. Kingscote, Darsley 

Rer. G. Madan, Dursley 

D. J. Dutton (M.O.) \cock 
N. Cornock j Ann B. Wood- 
H. T.Simons, St. Catherine, 

Gloucester 
Rev. R. Smith, Gloncester 
A. D.Cooluion(M.O.) 
R. Creed \ E. Pucker, Vr, 3 
11. Bagley. Neweut 
Rev. F. Wood, Newent 
J.C.Cooke(M.O.) 
X. Bagley,Vr. 1 [Northleach 

E. Ta>Ior, Eastington, 
Rev. H. Horsley, Northleach 
J. R. Bedwell (M.O.) 
W. Juggins [_^ane Hfne 

Digiti^edTyV^r)Oy It: 



432 



330 



■1*180 



3M 



I« 



48* 



THB UNION, PARISH, XSB BOABB OF HEAI.TH OFFICEBs' 



Counties &Uuiona, 


7 


il 


II 

II 


H 








Chairmen 


"' 


Area in Acres. 


« 


tt 


s^ 


Clerkj and Treasurers. 


and 




and 
Population in 1861. 


1 


Ȥ 
O 


3| 


Is 


u 




ViccCbairmen. 




6L0STERSMIRE-COW. 




















Stow -on -the - 


28 


80 


6 


Th.f 


F. 


33 


C2» R. G. Francis, 


Rev. E. P. Witts 




Wold 














Stow-on-the-WoId 


R. Comely 




A. 41,131 














TV., [Lindsey Winter- 






P. »,fl8r 














botluun, Gloucester- 
shire Banking Co., 
Stow-on-the-Wold 






Stroud . 


16 


32 


20 


F. 


F. 


47 


CA, A.J.I>riyei,Stroad 


S. S. Dickinson 




A. 43,720 














TV., Joseph Watts 


T. Skinner 




P. 36,448 














HaUewell, Stroud 






Tctbury . . 


13 


15 


6 


W.f 


P. 


47 


C/., G. Lloyd, Tetbmry 


Col.Kingscote,M.P. 




. A. 25,641 
















W. Brookes 




P. 6,110 














Wood,Tetbury 






Tewkesbury . 


23 


30 


9 


W. 


P. 


15 


C/.G.Badham,Tewkes- 


6. Ruddle 




A. 38,918 














bury 


J. Yorke 




P. 14AW8 














TV., Sir Anthony Ed- 
mund Lechmere, 
Bart., Tewkesbury 


J. F. Prosser 




Thornbury 


21 


26 


14 


F. 


F. 


47 


Ot, R.Searlett,Tborn- 


W. O. Maclaine 




A. 05,840 














bury [Thornbury 


C. Cullimore 




P. 16,499 














TV.,EdwardHarwood, 






Westbury-on- 


14 


22 


9 


Ta.f 


F. 


19 


C/.. M. F. Carter, 


A. Goold 




SeTera 














Newnham 


R. W. Wbite 




A. 43,346 














TV., Edward Owen 






P. 19,854 














Jones, Newnham 






Wheatenhurst. 


14 


18 


9 


P. 


F. 


47 


CL, 6. Spire, Stnrad 


J. A. G. Clarke 




A. 24,471 














TV.,'Edward Weedon 


W.Smith 




1^ P. 7,813 














Winterbotham, 
Stroud 


T. Rieketts 




, Winebeomb . 


29 


32 


7 


S.t 


P. 


15 


OI.,H.Plttmbe,Wineh- 


E. Holland, H.P. 




A. 57,494 














eomb 


J. Hanks 




P. 10/W2 














TV., Tfaeopbilas Bart- 
lett Goddard, Glou- 






Bereford- 














cestershire Banking 






mhtret 














Co., Cheltenham 






Bromyard 


35 


37 


8 


Mfa 


P. 


18 


C/., W. £.West, Brom- 


Rev. W. P. Hopton 




A. 61,059 














yard, Worcester 






P. 11,811 














TV., Jas. Eckley, Brom- 
yard, Worcester 






Do^e . . 


29 


33 


12 


M.f. 


F. 


18 


O/., T. Uanwarne, 


Rer. A. Clire 




A. 74,917 














Hereford 


R«T. C, Proberts 




P. 9,519 














TV., John Alex. Forbes 
Suter (National Pro- 


J. DaTiea 




Hereford ; • 


50 


59 


39 


S. 


P. 


18 


CV., T. Uanwarne, 


J. Janeey 




A. 70,074 














Hereford 


H.Gibbonc 




' * P. 29,768 














TV., Nicholas Strrell 
Wynn, (Hereford- 
shire Bank), Here- 


T. Cam 










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ford 





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49 



Relieving Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and TeacAers. 



No. I, P. Hammond, Stow- 
on-tbe-Wold— iVo. 2, H. 
Hankins, 6ourton-on-the- 
Water, Stow-on-the Wold 



A'o. 1, W.H. BaUey, Stroud— 
No. 2, 3. Pittway, Bisley, 
Stroud— JVio. 3, J. Gardner, 
Nails worth, Stroud 

The Union, D. W. Smith, 
Workhouse, Tetbnry 

Tewkesbury, W. Brydges, 
Tewkesbury —Deerhurst, 
W.Procter, Tewkesbury 



No. 1 ,W.Y.Sain8bury,Thom- 
bury — No. 2, J. Tayler, 
Berkeley 



Westbury, E. 
Westbury - on - Severn, 
Newnham — East Dean, 
B. Teague, East Dean, 
Newnham 



6. B. Hayward, J. 
Moore, J. Drew 



A.HoIbrow,J.H. Wells, 
i. D. Watson, R. 
Blagden, Wm. Gard- 
ner, C. Wethered 

G. White, J. C. Wick- 
ham ; 

J. H. Brown, J. H. 
Bougbton, R. S.Mar- 
tin, W. Allard 



W. E. Bletchly, I. T. 
Bridgman, B. Sim- 
mouds, E. M. Grace 



Mitchell, H. S. Grant, H. F. 
Jones, J. S. Collins 



TheC/nion,T. Friday, Putloe, 
Stonehouse, Gloucester- 
shire 



The Union, G. Haslum, 
Winchcomb 



iVb.l,E.B. Deverenx, Brom 
yardjWorcester^JVtf. 2, E. 
West, Bishop Frome, Wor- 
cester 

Clodock, H. Miles, Longtown 
— Kentchurch, T. Lewis, 
Ewias Harold, Longtown 



First, R.Wood, Hereford— 
Second t E. Jones, the Cal- 
Iow,near Hereford — Third, 
J. Erans, Lugwardine, 
Hereford — \th; T. Lane, 
Hereford 



T. Watts, jun., D. W. 
Eshelby, M.D. 



T. Newman, W.Thadc- 
well 



R. Marley 



J. Brunton, J. Lane, 
C. W. Price 



J, G. Morris, R. Tho- 
mason, J. C. Lane, 
G. B. Hanbury 



J. B. Parker, Mangersbnrjr, 

Moreton-in-Marsh 
Rev. J. O. Hill, Bledington, 

Moreton-in-Marsh 
J. Drew (M.O.) 
Lucy A. Wilton 

J. Tiroewell, Stroud 

Rev. C. H. Davis 

6. R.Gubitt(M.O.) 

William Sherlock [Stroud 

Mary U. Buckingham, EfT. 3 

D. W. Smith, Tetbury 

No Chaplain 

J. G. Wickham (M.O.) 

N. H. Treasure, Tewkesbury 

Rev. F. J. Scott,Tewkesbury 

J. H. Brown (M.O.) 



T. Hughes, Thombury 
Re v.H.S . Robert8,Thornbury 
£. M. Grace (M.O.) 
SopMa Ponting, Pr. 2 
J. James, Westburyon- 

Severn, Newnham 
Rev. E. T. Wetherell 
H. S. Grant (M.O.) 
John M. Harvey 
Isabella J, Letcher 
T. Gother, Eastington, Glou 

cestershire 
Rev. T. Peters 
T. Watts (M.O.) 
Eliza Gilbert, C. 3 
J. S. Potter, Winchcomb 
Rev. J. R. Harvey, Winch" 

comb 
W. Thackwell (M.O.) 
Emma Davis, Pr. I 

W. Palmer, Linton, Wor- 
cester [Worcester 

Rev. J. Booth, Bromyard, 

R. Marley (M.O.) 

W. Johnson, Abbey Dore, 
Hereford 

Rey. G. V. Collison 

J. Lane (M.O.) 

William Johnson, Pr. 1 

J. McCormick, St. Peter, 
Hereford 

Rev. J. P. F. Han kins 

G. R Hanbury (M.O.) 

Henry Morgan, C. I 

Fanny S. Coates, C. 3 



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THE UNION, PARISH, ANI> BOARD OF HB^TH OFFICERS' 



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Counties ae Unions, j 




11 


s& 


i| 


55' 




Chairmen 






Area in Acres, .2 
and «3 


^'•B 


'1 


Is 


11 


Clerks and Treasurers. 


and 
Vice-Cbairmea. 






Population in 1861.* 




Jg 


<P 








i 


HEREFORDSH.-e(m 




















Kington . . si 


5 29 


14 


S.f. 


F. 


18 


C/., A. Temple,Kingf- 


ReT.J. P. Crouch 






A. 79,429 












ton 


J. Gardner 






P. 11^30 












TV., Tbomas Price, 




















Bank, Kington 








Ledbury . . 2! 


2 28 


13 


Tu. 


F. 


15 


Ci., , Led. 


Rey. J. Hopton 






A. 48,783 












bury 


M. R. Tborold 






P. 14,880 












TV., Edward Jobn 
Webi>,Banker, Led- 
bury 








Leominster . 2 


7 34 


13 


Tu.f 


F. 


18 


CL, E. Gregg, Leo- 


J. Newman 






A. 05,620 












minster 


B. Hawkins 






P. 15,494 












TV., William Daggs 
(Bank), Leominster 


£. RusseU 






Ross . . 3 


35 


22 


M.f. 


F. 


15 


C/., H. Hinett,Ro88 


K. M. Pow« 






A. 55,568 












TV., James Alia way. 


T. S. Bradstock 






P. lfi>6 












Bank, Ross 








Weobley . . a 


« 29 


10 


M.f. 


F. 


18 


CL, R. RiAards, 


ReT.H.W. PhiUott 






A. 48,959 












Weobley, Hereford 


J. Yaughan 






P. 9,018 












TV., Jobn Alexander 
Forbes Suter (Na- 
tional ProTincial 
Bank), Hereford 








Bertford- 








































AU)ans,St. 


8 17 


11 


F.f. 


C. 


1 


CL* R. G, Lowe, St. 


T. Willsbin 






A. Mfil5 












Albans 


J. Bennett 






P. 18,92fi 












TV., Hepry Harris 
(Bank) St. Albans 








Barnet . . J 


19 


12 


Th.f 


C. 


1 


CL, S. Harris, Bar- 


J. Trotter 






A. 25,689 












net 


H. E. C. Stapylton 






P. 19,128 












TV-, John Smitb, Chip 
ping Bai'net 








Berkhampstead 1 


17 


7 


Jkf. 


C. 


1 


CL, Si Stallon, Heme! 


F. J. Moore 






A. 24,583 












Hempstead 


J. M. Shugar 






P. i3,204 












TV., Tbomas Butcber, 
Bank,Tring 








BisbopsStortford S 


.0 28 


8 


W.f 


C. 


1 


CL, J. D. Taylor, 


T. Unwin 






A. 53^9 












Bisbop Stortford 


J. Brown 






P. 20,212 












As. C/..W. N.Smith, 
Bisbop Stortford 

TV., Alfi-ed Taylor, 
Bisbop Stortford 








Buntingford . 1 


7 20 


6 


Th.« 


C. 


1 


CL, A. R. Bore, Bun- 


Rev. C. Maxwell 






A. 28A'Sl 












tingfocd 


J. W. Leader 






P. 6,389 












TV., Jobn Geo- Ford- 
ham ,Roy8too, Herts 







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POCKET ALMANAC AND OUIDS. 



No, 1,L. T.Turner, Kington — 
No, 2, T. L. Wishlade, New 
Radnor, Kington 

No, 1, W.J. Bailey, Ledbury 
—No. 2, E. E-A.Kendrick, 
Tarrington, Ledbury 



Relieving Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teackers. 



G.Foote,W. LangstoU] 
J. Morgans, A. R. 
Lomax,H. O.Brown 

G. S. Symmona, W. 
Griffin — DUpenter, 
£. Allgood 



First, W. Mason, Leomin- 
ster— J^'econir, R. O. Smith, 
Kingsland, Leominster 



D. Daries, A. G. Chat- 
taw ay 



St, ]9^Mmarir43.M. Watkins, 
Hentland, VLon-^SoUers- 
hope, J. Parsons, Upton 
Bishop, Ross — Rosa, G. 
Morgan, The Crofts, Ross 

WeobUy, F. Lea, WeoUey, 
Leominster— X>iZtiry», J. 
Sirrell, Dilwyn, Leo- 
minster 



The Union, T. M. Balson, St. 
Albans 



The Union, J. G. Baker, 
Bamet 



The Union, G. Jones, Tring 



No, 1, J. Ewans, Bishop 
Stortford— No, 2, Henry 
Hockley, Stansted Moant- 
fitchett. Bishop Stortford 
— No. 8, G. Barker, Up- 
wick,Albary,Blshop Stort- 
ford 

7^ Union, C. Magesnis, 
Buntingford 



G. Rootes, W. S. 
Rootes, M.D., T. 
Jones, M.D.. W. H 
Plaister — Dispenser, 
J. Cotton 

C.Neate,W. H.Kerbey , 
P. B. Giles 



J. R. Hutchinson, W. 
A. Russell, H. R. 
West 



C. Godson, KRingrose, 
E. H. Linnecar, 6. 
Bury, J. Boydelt 



R. N. Lipsoombe, E. 
Pope, G.F.Wbately 



C. Jenkyns, A. W. K. 
Packman, S. C. 
Hawkes, R.T. Scarr^ 
F.Moore, F.D. Beck, 
8. HayAea 



D. Smith, B. Cooks 



H. Wishlade, Kington 
No Chaplain 
G. Foote (M.O.)^ 
Henrietta Clarke 
W. Care, Ledbury 
Rev. W. J. Morrish, Rose 

Mount, Ledbury 
G. S. Symmons (M.O.) 
Sarah Dixon, G. 3 

C. Wearer, Leominster 
Borough 

Rev. H. Cooper, Stoke Prior, 
Leominster 

D. DaTies (M.O.) 
W. Argyle, Ross 
Rev. £. Barton, Ross 
T. Jones, M.D. (M.O.) 
Kate Packer, Pr. 1 



J. Pope, Weobley, Leomin 

stcr 
Rev. H. W. W. Peploe, 

Weobley, Leominster 
C. Neate (M.O.) 
Anne Pope, Vr, 1 

[St. Albans 
J. Howse, St. Michael's, 
Rev. H. Fowler 
J. R. Hutchinson (M.O.) 
Biizabeth Littl^ohn, Pr. ] 



J. Tooley, Chipping Bamet 
Rev. H. Woods, Barnet 
C. Godson (M.O.) 
Mary A. Millard 

G. W. W. Scott, St. Peter, 
Berkhanipstead 
No Chaplain 
G. F.Whately(M.O.) 

S. Danks, Bishop Stort- 
ford 

Rev. O. Goodman, Bishop 
Stortford 

S. C. Hawkes (M.O.) 

John Barker 



G. E. Croft, Laystou, 
ingford 
No Chaplain 
D. Smith (M.O.) 
Mary A. Croft . 



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THS USION. PABISH, AND BOABD OF HEALTH OFFICEBS* 



Coanti«s& Unions, Si'^g 




"Sg 


2-- 


^1 




Chairmen 


" 


Area in Acres, 
and 


s-s 


fi 




Clerks and Treasurers. 


and 
Yice-Cbairmen. 




Population in 1861. ^ i'^ c 


^c 


'^S 


JSC 


<Q 








NERTFORDSH.-c<m. 


















Hatfield . 


4 9 


7 


Th.< 


c. 


I 


d; J. H. Binyon, 


Marq. of Salislrary 




A. 23,027 












Northaw, Baruet 


R. W. Ganssen 




P. 6,I8» 












TV., Francis Lucas 
(Sharpies, Tuke^& 
Co.), Hertford 






Hemel Hemp- 


6 M 


10 


P.f. 


c. 


1 


C/.,C.E.GroTer,HemeJ 


H. N. Heale 




stead 












HemxMtead 


S. Godwin 




A. 25/157 












rr., John EdwardBart- 






P. 13,922 












lett(Banker),Hemel 
Hempstead 






Hertford . . 1 


8 22 


10 


s. 


c. 


1 


C/., Thomas Sworder, 


A.Smith,M.P. 




A. 34/110 












Hertford 


H. Squire 




P. 15,301 












2V., James Wm. Ghes- 
shyre (London and 
County Bk.) Hertford 






Hitchin . . 3 


S 39 


14 


Tu. 


c. 


1 


e/.,6JLPassingham, 


Rer. F. SuDiTaB 




A. 64,847 












Hitchin 


W.Lucas 




P. 25,fl03 












TV., James HaclTuke 
(Bank), Hitchin 






Royston . . 2 


33 


12 


P.f. 


c. 


4 


CI, H. Thiiman,Roy> 


O. Wedd 




,- ^ A. «0,440 












ston 


H. Perkim 




P. 18,205 












TV., Frederick Nash 
Fordham (Bank), 
Royston 






Ware . . 1 


S 21 


9 


T». 


c. 


1 


CL, G. Giahy, Ware 


H. E. Surtees,M.P. 




A. 35,747 












TV., James William 


ReT.R.W.Morice 




P. ia;si& 












Chesshyre, London 
and 'County Bank, 
Hertford 






Watford , . ( 


B 16 


23 


W. 


c. 


1 


C/:,K.Pagrh, Watford 


H. H. B. Heme 




A. 36,520 












TV., Thomas Rogers, 


W. Smith 




P. 20^55 








"^ 




Watford 






Welwyn , . t 


9 


5 


Th.l 


c. 


1 


CL, A. Hitchcock, 


W. J. Blake 




A. e.4.W 












Workhoa8e,Welwyn 


W. Wilshere 




P. 2,211 












TV., William Blow, 






Hantlnfir- 












Welwyn 






Huntiogdon . 3: 


1 35 


13 


S.fs 


c. 


4 


C2., W. J. Mellor, 


J. M. Heathcote 




A. 77,180 












Hnntinirdon 


P. Tillard 




_ P. 20,518 












TV., Philip Edward 


















Tinard,Hunting;don 


...- 




lTW»Saiut . » 


82 


8 


W. 


G. 


% 
4 


CA,E;A)W)Jlingford, 


Rer. Jl Linton 




A. 624)30 












Bu tVes 


J. Mann. 




P. 10,654 












7V.i George Ebenezer 
Foster , (Banker), 
Cambridge 






Neots, Saint . M 


36 


10 


rh*f 


c. 


4 


CA, J. H. Ennals, St. 


W. Fowyer 




A. 65,256 












Neots 


Rer.B.H.FucUe 




P. 18,965 












TV., Dayid Veasey, 


S.Day 




■ 


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Huntingdon 


^ 














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POCKET AliMANAC AND GUIDE. 



53 



Reliering Oliicen and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhousev. 



Masters, Chnplains, Medical 
Officers, and Te<»ehert. 



The Union,Yr. N. Sladden, 
Hatfield 



The Union, T. Banbury, 
Hemel H«mpstead 



Hertford, F. Roberts, Hert- 
ford^ ^aff on, D. Peck, 
Jun., Watton, Ware 



C.Drage,T.OsbaIdestoD 



S. B. Farr,R.Woottou, 
W. A. Hubert, £. H. 
Ambler 



J. Woodhouse, M.D., J. 
Tiley, T. Odell, J. 
B. Hodgea 



First, W. Frencb, Hitchin— 
Second,W, StricUnud^Ste 
venage — jM/ufo.,6.Young, 
HiCcbin 

Rojfston, S. Roast, Therfield. 
Royston — Melbourn, J. 
Campkin, Meldreth, Roy 



R. R. Sbillitoe, 6. M. 
Phillips,6. H.Smitb, 
A.E. Dixey, M.D, 



Ware, G. Price, Ware— 
Hoddesdon, W. Brewster, 
Hoddesdon 



The Union, W. Plaia- 
towe, Rickmanaworth, 
Watford 

The Union, A. Hitchcock, 
Workhouse, Welwyn 



JV0. 1, or Huntingdon, T. 
Aahton, Godnanchester, 
Hontingdoo — No, % or 
JfUunsejf, R.Bond,Ram8ey, 
Hnntingdaii 

Somersham,Vi» Mann ,Sonier^ 
sham, Hunts— ^ain/Jve^, 
J. Wrigfa't, Saint Irea 



/'ir«rJL Worthy ,EyneBbury , 
St. Neota — Second, J. 
Brown, Great StauffhtaOi 
ScNeoU 



R. Pync, E. Tindale, 
E.J. Carver, J. Bald- 
ing, J. Patterson, D. 
B. Balding 

A. W. K. Packman, 
J. O'Reilly, M.D., 
F. H. Bate, F. 
Moore, R J. Stevens, 
J. Brickwell, W. L. 
Horley 

A. T. Brett, R.W. Hen- 
derson, G. Codd, J. 
Wrixon, J. Drury,R. 
Wotton 

E. J. Morris 



J. Oldman, C. P. Bates, 
H. Lucas, L. Newton 



H. Brickwell, W. R. 
Grove, C. P. Daniel], 
J. Deaue, W. Few 



J. Rix, M.D.,S. Wright, 
H.Raynes,J.H.Hem. 
uing, T. P. Femie, 
W.W.Ballar**, M.D. 



E. Kite, Hatfield 
No Chaplain 
C. Drage (M.O.) 



G. Groome, Heme! Hemp- 
stead 
Rev. /. B. Pugh 

E. H. Ambler (M.O.) 

R.Wheeler3t.Jobn,Hertfora 
Rev. J. Davey 
J. Woodhouse, M.D. (M.O.) 
Elis. Parfrcy, Per. 1 

J. Wakenell, Hitchin 
No Chaplain 
O. Foster (M.O.) 
Frederick Young, Pr. 2 
Caroline Drescher, Pr. » 
W.N.Bryant, Bassingbourn, 

Royston 
R. Pyne (M.O.) 
Edward /f. Metdrum, C. 3 
Jane SomervUle, Vr. 1 
T. L. Phipps, Ware 
Rev. F, Sleap.Ware 

F. H. Bate (M.O.) 
John Beck/ord, Pr. 3 
Eliza Watson, Pr. 2 

T. Moffatt, Watford 

Rev. W.W.Cazalet,Watford 

A. T. Brett (M.O.) 

fT. Robinson "^ " 

M. M. Hadnutt 

A. Hitchcock, Welwyn 

No Chaplain 

E. J. Morris (M.O.) 

T. Ogden, St. John, Hun^ 

ingdon 
Rev. J. Fell, Huntingdon 
M. Poster (M.O.) 
Alfred T. Howard, C. 2 
Emma Measures, C. l(Grey 
J. Rayment, Hemingford 
Rev. P. Curtois, St. Ivea 
W. R. Grova (M.O.) 
John Sneasby, C. 3 

M. H. Browning, Eaton So- 
oon,St. Neots [St.Neots 
Rer.W. Maale, Eyneabary 
J. Rix, M.D- (M.O.) 
Annie Giddings, Pr. 1 



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THE UNION, PARISH, AND BOARD OF HEAXTH OmCER» 



Counties & Unions, ^ 

Area in Acres, \s 

and IS 

Population in 1861.^ 









Clerks and Treasurers. 



Chairmen 

and 

Vice-Chairmen, 



Kent I 

Aabford, East . 
A. M.496 
P. 12,286 



Asbford, West . 
A. 41,901 
P. 15,137 



Blean 



A. 32,2M 
P. 15,161 



Bridge . . 
A 4],3M 
P. 1M16 



Bromley . 

A. 39.027 
P. 20,308 



• Canterbury ,City 
_ A. 3,07» 
P. 16,149 



Craobrook 

A. 40,349 
P. 13/112 



Dartford . 

A. 53,109 
P. 82,316 



16 



Borer 



A. 29,744 
P. 90,346 



Eafltry . 

A. 60,710 
P. 35,900 



24 



18 



I 
M.f. K. 



K. 



10 



18 



Th. 
f. s. 



Th.l 



25 



D. 



To. 



W. 



F.fs 



34 12 W. D. 



D. 



19 



19 



19 



19 



C/.,W.Whitfeld, Asb 

ford 
TV., William Pomfret 

Burra, Asbford 



CI., B. Norwood, Char- 

iBg, Asbford 
TV., Virgil Pomfret 

(Banker), Asbford 

CL, J. Biircb, Canter- 

bary 
TV., George Forley, 

(Bank,) Canterbury 

CI, A. Fielding, Can- 
terbury 

TV., George Furley, 
(Bank,) Canterbury 



Ci., R. Scarr, 3, 
Holmeadale Place, 
Bromley Common 

TV., Edwin Lowndes, 
Londorr and County 
Bank, Bromley 

CL, J. Brent, jun., 
Canterburyt 

TV., Georg-e Furley, 
(Bank,) Canterbury 

CL, H. J. Farrar, Cran- 

brook, Staplehnrst 
TV., Edwin Hills, 
Cranbrook 

[ford 
CL,}. Hay ward, Dart- 
TV., Henry Jpseph 
Jones, (London & 
County Bk.) Dartford 
CL, W. Cross, Rirer, 

Dover 
TV., Charles Stein, 
Dover 



J. F. Harrey 
K. C. Baek 



H. Fester 
J, Mnrton 



19 



CL, J. Rigden, senr., J. Robinsen 



W. Benne 
W. Wacher 



Capt. Hihos 
D.Gollard 



Viaeonnt Sydney 
G. W. Nerman 
CoL Lennard 



T. Boormav 
W. Crew 



A. Oakee 
W. H. Winck 



Sir P. H. Dyke, Bt 
T. Dana 



S. Finnis 
B. P. Colevaa 
6. Eacter 



Sandwich 
TV., Edward Francis 
Stratton Reader, 
(London and County 
Bank,) Sandwich 



T. ColemaB 
E. Brown 



Under Local Act. 



t Clerk to Guardians of the Poeiw 

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POCKET ALMANAC AND GUIDE. 



fm 



Relieving OflSoen and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Ifasters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



First, J. Fuller, Smeeth, 
Ashford — Second, R. P. 
TasseU, Wye, Ashford 



ATtf. 1, L. Langley. Little 
Chart, Ashford— JV«. 8, 
W. iiongley, Ashford 



Pfo. I, T. T. Pope, Heme 
Bay— JV0.3,6. Mount, St. 
Radifpinds-street, Canter- 
bury 

7^(7fliiM,C.Holman,Little- 
boume, Sandwich 



Yo. 1, R. Wilson, Westerham 
Road, Bromley Common— 
No. 2, J. Hickson, Saint 
Mary Cray, Bromley 



G. Welby» Canterbury 



No. 1, P. Hollands, Cran- 
brook, SUplehurst— iV0. 2, 
S. Dnrrant, Hawkhurstj 
Staplehurst 



P. Brook, H. Whit- 
feld, H. Hamilton, 
M.D.,W.Beet,M.D., 
P. W. PittocL 



W.Sheppard.C.Wilks, 
M. A. Robinson, R. 
Skimmings 



/. Bowes, J. E. M 
Williams, W. Jame 
sou, C. Holttum 



A.Sicard, H.Haroilton, 
H. O. Sadler, R. C. 
Ker8ey,P.H.Sankey: 
E. Long 



E. Ilott, J. H. Smith, 
W. W. Edwards, J. 
P. Engleheart 



H. E. Hntehings 



H.B.Wood, J.F.Wil 
kin,S.W.Newington, 
P. Pinyon, F. A, 
Young, C. H. Weld 



No. 1, W. Moore, Orayford, E. Moore, T. Wheeler, 
Bexley — iVi9. «, J. Beard, F. A. Tipple, W. R 
Darenth, Dar tford Ashurst, G. R . Cooke 



No. I, W. Bonrner, Biggin- 
street, Dover— iVo. 2, S. M. 
Pain, Charlton, Dover 



R. 6. Davey, A. Long, 
FJl.Chalk,J.Walcer 



First, M. Harvey, Sand 
yfich—Seeond, H. Sladden, 
Deal 



R.S. Leggatt,jun., C 
Emmerson, R. G. 
Davey, P. A. Chalk 
J. Sladden, P. H 
Sankey, J.S. Leeson 



T. Tucker, Willesborough, 

Ashford 
Rev. J. Philpott 
P. Brook (M.O.) 
Thomas Tucker, jun., Pr. 2 
Mary A. Tuer, Pr. 2 
T. B. Jones, Westwell, 

Ashford [Ashford 

Rer. J. A. Ro8s,Westwell, 
C. Wilks (M.O.) 
John T. Jones, C. 
Augusta Jones [bury 

J. H. Lock» Heme, Canter- 
Rev. J. H. H.Hallett 
jr. Bowes (M.O.) 
William Hutton, C. 8 
Sarah Theobald, Pr. 2 
J. Betts, Bridge, Canteiv 

bury 
Rev. L.Clarke 
A. Sicard (M.O.) 
Thomas P. Hogbtn, Pr. I 
Ann Skipps, Pr. 1 
T. H. V. Lukey, Fambo- 

rougb, Bromley 
Rev. 

E. Ilott (M.O.) 
Henry J. Rose, C. I 
y.^.Z/WAr<>y,Pr.2[Canterbury 
6. H. Haisell, Stour-street, 
Rev. A. F.Smith, Canterbury 
H. E. Hutchings (M.O.) 

Mary A. Manger, Pr. 1 
W. Lance, Cranbrook, Sta* 

plehurst [Staplehurst 

Rev. T. A. Carr, Cranbrook, 
H. B. Wood (M.O.) 
Hannah C Day 
R. King, Dartford 
Rev. T. E.Gardner, Dartford 
R. H. Hunter (M.O.) 
Joseph Hales \ S. Bartlett 
G. Thurlow, Buckland, 

Dover 
Rev. C. H. Lipscombe 
J.Walt»-r(M.O.) 
John Wicks, Kff. 3 
Mary A. Wicks, Fr.% 
J.Hetlioringtou,Eastry,Sand- 

wich 

Rev. W. F. Shaw 
R. S. Leugatt, jun. (M.O.) 

George ttoberts 
Amelia Marshall, Fr.2 



Digitized by V^OOQ IC 



56 



THE UNION, PARISH, AND BOABD OF HEAJLTH OFFICERS 



Counties & Unions, S: 


1^ 


u 


.^'|8 


=2 i 




Chairmen 

and 


Area in Acres, «£ 


aj^ 


"3 "E 


rt Si 


^'E 


" 'Z. 


Clerks and Treasurers. 


and 1 «3 


W 2 


X 5 


-5 cl 


a_« 


"^1 




Vice-chairmen. 




Population in 1861. ^ 


c 


'fA 


Si=G 


<c 








tun— continued. 










- 










£ibam . 


21 


22 


10 


w. 


K. 


19 


CL, R. Thompson, 


J. Kingsnorth 




A. 43.197 














Saltwood, Hythe 


G. Deedea. 




P. «6,925 














7V.» Angus Mackay, 
Leith (National Pro- 
vincial Bank),Folkc- 
stone 


- 




Farersham 


25 


26 


7 


F. ; D. 


19 


C/.,W. MailcFarer. 


H. Minter 




A. 4G,44S 














sham 


J.C.Alexander 




P. 18,867 














TV., Richard Jones 
Hilton (Banker), 
Farersham 






Gravesend and 


2 


8 


1 


Th. 


D. 


20 


CL, F. Southgate, 


J.Crook . 




Milton 












Milton, Gravesend 


J. Crowhmst 




A. 1,541 












TV., Wm, McKewan, 






P. 18,782 








1 
! 




London and County 
Bank, Graresend 






Greenwich 


4 


24 


4 


Th.' I. 


28 


CL, S. Saw, 21, Upper 


J. Gowen 




A. 5,307 












Park-st., Greenwich 


_ J. G. Slona 




P. 127,070 












As. CL, E. B. Sargent, 














! 




Wellesley Terrace. 
Woolwich 
TV., J. T. Edwards, 
(London and County 
Bank,) Greenwich 






Hollingbourn . 


23 


24 


11 Th f K. 


20 


C/., E. Hoar, Maid- 


J. Paine 1 




A. 57,017 












stone 


J. T. Hatch 




p. 13,584 












TV., Richard Mercer, 
(Banker,) Maidstone 






Hoo . . . 


7 


8 


. . Th.f D. 


20 


CL, F. Furrell, Ro- 


H. G. Erereat 




A. 33,281 














chester 


W.S.Meew 




p. 2,H6I 














TV., Thomas Hermi- 
tage Day, Rochester 






Lewisham 


7 


21 


13 


Th. 


I. 


28 


C/., Thomas Parker, 


Rer. F. Cameron 




A. 17,224 














Lewisham, S.E. 


M. W. Wyncll 




P. 65,757 














Ass.CL, H.Atkins 
Tr.y Cashiers of the 

Bank of England, 

E. C. 


^•■■\- 




Maidstone 


16 


20 


13 


TbJ K. 


20 


C/., W. N. Ottaway, 


C. G. Whittaker 




A. 38,082 














Maidstone 


T. H. Jackson 




P. 38,070 










X 




Tr., Lewis Daris Wi- 
gan,( Banker,) Maid- 
stone 






Mailing . 


23 


23 


15 


W. 


K. 


20 


CL, J. N. Dudlow, 


A. Hisoock 




A. 47,398 














West Mailing, Maid- 


R. S. ThompeoB 




P. 21,447 














stone 
TV., Lewis Davis Wi- 
gan (Banker)! Maid- 
stone 


•o 




Medway . . 


7 


16 


2 


W. 


D. 


20 


«.,G.Bachanan, Chat- 


J. Baird 




A. 14,565 














ham 


V. Hills 




P. 51,805 














TV., Thomas Hermi- 
tage Day, (Banker,) 


R. H. ShrewsDory 














1 Rochester 1 




















Digitized by V3( 


30gie 





POCKET ALMANAC AND GUIDE. 



57 



Kelleving Officers and 
Districts. 



Workhouses. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Masters, Cliaplains, Medical I g « 
Officers, and Teacheri. I ^ S 



The Uni^, W. H. Birch, 

F«llCMtOIM 



The ViU0m, T. 
FaY«r8luim 



R. Jenner, 



H. Beadies, J. W. 
Howard, H.C.Wild 
ash, F. W. Pitcock, 
W. Bateman 



W. N. SpoDff, R. S. 
Francis, G.F.Pritch- 
aid, T. G. Spyers 



The Union, T. Boumer, 
M iltOAj n«xt GraTeaend 



Greenwich,W. Wsites, Royal- 
hiU, Greenwich, S. £.— 
Woolwich, B. Wates, 145, 
Powis-street, Woolwich, 
S.'R,—Deptford, J. Patte, 
Deptford, ^.l^.—Asst, do,, 
L.R Jordan, J.Moore, and 
R. H. Mason 

No, I, J, Hale^ Holling. 
boam, Maidatone^iVtf. 2, 
J. Miater, Langley, Maid< 



The Union, B. Peters, 
WorU&onse, Hoo, Roches- 
ter 

No, I, or Lewisham, W. 
Young, Lewisham, S.E.~ 
No,%,Plumstead,G.W atts, 
Bglinton-road,Plumstead, 
S.E. — JVi>. 3, Charlton, 
6. J. Dyball, Lee, S.E. 

No. 1, F. Duly, Maidstone 
— JVi». S, E. Fitoh, SUple- 
faorst — No, 3, C. Cleayer, 
East Farleigh, Maidstone 

No. 1, W. Gorham, Snod- 
land, Rochester — No. 2, 
E. £. Beach, Wrotham, 
Serenoaks — ^JVo.3, J.Leeds, 
Merewor*li« Maidstone 



W. Sanders, M.D.,J.H, 
Granisl\aw 



J. Henderson, C. G. Go- 
gan,M.D.,J.HolIint^s- 
worth, T. D. Parker, 
M.D., W.P.Purland, 
G. Starling, M.D., 
P. Karanagh, J. A. 
Taylor 

F. Barhaxn, G. Sedg- 
wick, jun., G. Stick- 
ings, D. Skinner, W. 
Sankey, T. S. Hut- 
chinson 

P. T. Wright "^ 



E. Jones, M.D., J. G. 
Dake, J. T. R. Bur- 
roughs, D. King, 
M.D., T. Wise, R.j 
Fegan, M.D. 



W. Horn, Lyminjpe, HytheJ 286 
Rer. J. H.Taylor 
H. Beadles (M.O.) 
Edwin M{0or, Pr. 1 
Ellx. H. Cheeseman, Pr. 3 

J. Pringuer, Faversham 

RevJ.W.Braniah 

T. C. Spyers (M.O.) 

yr.T. Edwards, Pr. I . 

Jane WalUngton, Pr. 2 

Amelia E. Neale 

H. S. Neate, Gravesend 130 

No Chaplain 

W. Sanderft, M.D. (M.O.) 
J.H.Granishaw(M.O.)[Ar/«*©» 
G€orgeHadtow\ElixaH. Wil- 

H. Kilby, Greenwich, S.E, 1,044 

Rev. D. Jones, Park-row 
Greenwich, S. E. 

W. Sturton (M.O.) 

F. J. Ryder (M.O.) 

Jane M. Norris, Pr. 1 



[Maidstone 
T. Waller, HoUiiitrbourn, 
Rev. G. M. GouId,Maid8tone 
G. Sedgwick, jun. (M.O.) 
Edwin Chittenden, £ff. 3 
Mary A, Barnett, Pr. 1 
B. Peters, Hoo, Rochester 
Rev. D. F. Warner, Hoo, 

Rochester 
F. T. Wright (M.O.) 
W.Want, Lewisham, S. E. 
Rev. J. A. Andras, Lee, 

Kent, S. E. 
J. G. Duke (M.O.) 



The Union, T. Scott, Chat- 
ham— iiM. (Uf., C. E. Scott 



6. Sanders, G. H. Fur< 
ber, H. Pout, J. F. 
Wilkin, P.H.Stokoe, 
R. Perrey 

E.FurIey, F. Wimble, 
J. C. Kent, S, 
Norton 



J. H, Hutchins, J. J. 
Ely,H.Weekes,jun. 



F. Baker, Linton, Staple< 

hurst 
Rev. H. J. Hatch 
P. H. Stokoe (M.O.) 
J. Leader \ M. A. Locke 
J. Hall, West MaUing, 

Maidstone 
Rev. R. Earle 
P. M. Pope (M.O.) 
Samuel Bas/ord 
Sarah Sawyer, Pr. 2 
J. E. Rigden, Chatham 
Rev. H.F.RiveTS,Ghatham 
J. J. Ely (M.O.) 
FT. Tayler \ A.WItithome 
Louisa fVhithome, Pr. 1 



150 



21S 



650 



4:t 



750 



Digitized by i<9(^Ogle"~ 



58 THB UNION, PARISH, AND BOARD OF HEAIiTH OFFICERS 



Coanties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in 1861 






G5 i***v5 



9 t 



^■§ 



KENT— con^in«€rf. 
MUton 

A. 35,409 
P. 14,775 



North Aylesford 

A. 41,732 

. P. 10,Wl 



Romney Marsh 
A. 46,785 
P. 5,708 



Serenoata . [16 
A. 07,488 
P. 22,039 



Sheppey . 

A. 31,083 
. P. 18,494 



15 



Tenterden 

A. 40,889 
— P* 10,947 



Thanet, Isle of 
_ A. 29,733 
P. 31,802 



Tonbridge . 10 
A. 46.170 
P. 34,271 



Lancashire 

Ashton - under- 
Lyne 

A. 38,657 
P. 134,753 






Clerks and Treasurers. 



diairmoi 

and 

Viee-Chairmen. 



W 



Th. 



P.f. 



11 12 



13 



K. 



W 



W. D 



F.f. 



P.f. 



Th 



CL W. J. Harris, 

Sittingbome 
7V.> James Taylor, 
MiltoD, Sittingborae 



CL, J. S. Btdlard, 
Strood, Rochester 

TV., Thomas Hermit- 
age Day, (Bank,) Ro- 
chester 

CL, J. Humpheryj 
New Romney 

7V.« William Pomfret 
Bum, (Bank,) Ash- 
ford 

C/.,6.F.Camell,Seveu- 
oaks 

TV*., Charles Palmer 
(London and County 
Bank), Seyenoaks 



19 CL, F. Edmeades, 
Sheeruess 
Tr., Richard Bright- 
man, High-st., Mile- 
town, Sheemess 

d., W. 6. Mace, 

Tenterden 
TV., Arthur HaTers, 
(Londen and County 
Bank,) Tenterden 

19 CL,. E. Wootton, 
Minster, Ramsgate 
TV., FVancis William 
Cobb, Margate 



C/., F.W.Stone, Tun- 
bridge Wells 

TV.yStephenBeeching, 
Tunbridge Wells 



6. Eley 
R. Knight 



T. H. Baker 
H. Erereat 



CafTt. Cobb, R.N. 
A. Kiagsnorth 



S. Lore 
C. R. C. Petley 



R. Palmer 
J. Gorham 



21 



CL, B. Seymourf Ash- 
ton-under-Lyne 

TV., John Ross Coult- 
hart, Ashten-ander- 
Lyne 



W. Curteia 
£. Winser 



Wk Manser 
J. Kennett 



H. G.W.Sperling 
J. Chantler 



J. Bradbury 
T. Marier 
J. Ogdea 



Digitized by V^OOQIC 



POCKBT AI«lf ANAC AKB GUISE. 



69 



• - 


Districts. 


Dlitc^ct 
Medical Officers. 


Workhouses. 




Masters, Chaplains, Medical 










Officers, and Teachers. 


h 1 


1 


The Union, J. Harnden^Mil. 


B.R.Ray, M.DoC.H. 


B. WeeUey, Milton, SiC- 


S80 




ton, Sittingborne 


Fisher,M.D., H.Pen- 
fold, M.D. 


tingbome 
ReT.; 

E. R. Ray (M.O.) 
Thomas Holman, Pr. 1 
Elizabeth A, Siburn, CI 






NorthJUetM^iUM&homt, 


P. Whitcombe, J. 


R. Baker, Strood, Rochester 


44S 




Gravesend -> Strood, C. 


Langston 


R«T. F. 0. Mayne 






Saunders, Strood, Roches- 




J. Langston (M.O.) 






ter 




Nicholas C. Potter 
Mary Middleton 






The Union, W. Vidgen, 


B.Wood, J. C. Procter, 
P. H. Wood 


W. Harrison, New Romney 


MO 




New Romney 


ReT. R. Smith, NewRomney 










B. Wood (M.O.) 








C.LoTegroYe,M.D.,J.L 


J. Br»wn, Sandridge, Se- 


381 




ridge, Seyenoalu— iSAore- 


Worship, R.M. Rat- 


Tenoaks 






ham, S. Oyler, Kemsing, 


hill, C. F. Gregory, 


Rev. E. D. Hammond 






SeTenoaks — Penshurst, 


R. Geere,O.D.MaT- 


R. M. Rathill (M.O.) 


• 




J. Wallis, Cowdeu,Eden. 


riott 


Bet^amin J, Chesney 






bridge 




PhillisRobertsop.C. 1 






First or Minster, G. Reed, 


J. S. Keddell, G. 


R. Morton, Minster, Sheer- 


134 




Mile Town, Sheerness — 


Bland 


ness 






Second or Eastchurch, 




Rer. G. Bryant 






£. Hooker, Eastchurcb, 




G. Bland (M.O.) 






Queenboroagh 


. 


Ann Rogers, C. 1 






The Union, J. Longley, Ten- 


J. H. Newington, J. 


S. Copland, Tenterden 


438 




terden— Jm»/., J. Barns 


Griffith, J. J. Terry, 
T. Joyce, £.B.Terry, 
0. Haviland 


Rev. C. T. Pizey 
J. H. Newington (M.O.) 
Robert T, Warren 
Maria Blpthe 

[Ramsgate 
H. G. Holloway, Minster^ 






Margate, J. Coleman, Mar- 


A.P.Owen, H.Carling, 


948 




grate — Ramsgatei T. 


O. C. Walter* G. R. 


ReT. J. T. Brown 






Carter, Ramsgate— ilfln- 


Lawrence 


6. R. Lawrence (M.O.^ 






ster, T. Gibbens, Minster, 




George G. Surges, C. 1 






Ramsgate 




Eliza Surges, Pr. I 






First, W. Wiseman, Tun- 


W. C. Satchell. H. 


T. R. MacgiU, Tuubridge 


440 




bridge Wells-nSerand, J. 


Bishop, E. M. E. 


ReT. G. S. Woodgatc, Pern- 






J. Collins, Tuubridge — 


Hooker, H. Colc- 


bury, Tunbridge 






Third,Z.Vf.k, Stanley. 


brooke, M.D., E. 


C. F. Buchan, M.D. (M.O.) 






Matfield, BrenchIey,Cran- 


Leeds, M.D., C. F. 


Thomas P. Carter, C. 1 






brook 


Buchan, M.D. 


Emily Chapman, C. » 






ATo. 1, 6. Pierce, Ashton- 


R. Slater, F. J. 


P. Daley, Ashton-anderu 


MO 




under-Lyue — No, 2, S. 


Rowen, M. D., L. 


Lyne 






B«el«y, Dukiniield, Man- 


Evans, R. Hopwood, 


No Chaplain 






Chester 


J. Schofteld, S. Bee- 
croft, H. L. Pomfret 
J. Gait, F.Cooke, D 
Bean,W. Stanfield 


R. Wood (M.O.) 
Anne Ellison, C. 1 





Digitized by L3OOQ IC 



<?0 



THB UNION, PARISH, AND BOARD OP HEALTH OPFICRRs' 



Counties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Popul ationinl861. I 



Clerks and Treasurers. 



Chairmen 

and 

Vice-Chairmen, 



LMCASHIRE-con. 

Barton upon-Ir- 
well 

A. 23,279 
P. 39,038 



Blackburn 

A. 43,569 
P. 119,942 



Bolton 

A. 43,896 
P. 130,269 



26 38 



Bomley • 

A. 54,126 
P. 76^5 



M.f. 



30 



Bary 



A. 32,990 
P. 101,135 



*G«ton 

A. 63,262 
P. 9,312 

Chorley . 

A. 52,213 
P. 41,678 



W. 



15 



B. 21 



£. 



jC/., Henry Whlt- 
worth, Patricroft, 
Hancbester 

2y.,Jame8 Miller,Man. 
cheater and Liver- 
pool District Bank, 
Manchester 

Cl.i P. EUiugthorpe, 
Blackburn 

As, CL, T. Brennandtt 
Blackburn 

TV., William Cunliffe 
Brooks (Mesnr8.Cun- 
liffe, Brooks, & Co.), 
Blackburn 

CI., S. Cooper, Bolton 

TV., Adam FergnsoUj 
(Bank,) Bolton 



W. W. W. Wright 
ReT.J. P.Pitcairn 
J. Bradbum 



R.Eccles 
J. Baron 
T. Clough 



C. Hopwood 
J. Openshaw 
T. Wilkinson 



Th. 



W. 



M.j 



Tu. 



E. 



50 



CL, C. Dean, Burnley 
TV., Henry Alcock, 
Burnley 



CL, W. P. Woodcock, 
Bury, Lancashire 

T>*., William Coward, 
(Bank,) Bury 



TV., Thomas B.Kays8,t 
Wray, Hornby, Lan- 
caster 

CI., E. D. Stanton, 

Chorley 
TV., William Fisher 

(Lancaster Banking 

Co.), Flraston 



/.Roberta 
J« Hartley 
H. Knowlefl 



T. Roberta 
M. Peel 
H. Roberta 



J. Edmondaon, Vh 
sUor 



S. D. Settle 
D. Swann 



t Guardians of the Poor. 



« Gilbert Incorporation. T wuarawua ui uits *ruw. 



POCKET AI.MANAC AND GUIDB. 



61 



Relieving Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 






Workhooses. 



Masters, Cliaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



ll 



Nort/h S. Roth well. Barton , 
Manchester — South, 1, 
Rogers, Davyhulme, near 
Manchester 



No. 1, R. Eaves, Blackbam 
— iVo.2, J. Parker, Rishton, 
Blackburn — No. 3, W. 
Livesey* Lower Darwenj 
Blackbam 



Great £olton Eastet-n, J 
W. Greenhaigh, Bolton- 
Great Bolton Western, J. 
ThorpcBolton— rwr^OM,!. 
Carrodas, Turton, Bolton — 
Little Bolton-i J. Keuyon, 
Little Bolion—Famworth 
and JIulton, A. Hender- 
son » Farn worth, Bolton 
— Westhoughton, W. 
Rawsthom, Horwich, Bol- 
ton 

No. i; or Burnley, J. Smith, 
Bum ley — No.2, or Haberg- 
ham Eaves, W. Whitaker, 
Burnley — No. 3, or Padi- 
A«rm,J.D.Hargreave, Padi- 
ham, Burnley — No. 4, or 
Pendle, N.Geldard, New 
Laund, Burnley — No. 5, 
or Marsden, E.H.Nelson, 
Marsden,BnrnIey— i\^o.6, 
orColne, B. Smith,Colne, 
Bui*nley 

Bury, T. Ramsbottom, Has- 
lam Brow, Bury— Pi7W«^- 
ton, C. Wiloock, Pilking- 
ton, Manchester — Heap, 
O.Brown, Hey wood, Bury 
—Tottington, T. Charles, 
Elton, Bury ~' 



Charley, J- Parker, Chorley 
— Ijcyland, T. Gaskell, 
Brindle, Chorley— Croj- 
ton, J. Draper, Buxton, 
Chorley _____^__ 



T. Hill, H. Ad ye, ». 
Doming, R. Roe 



H, Patchett, W. Gar 
stang, J. Grime, W. 
H. Stephenson, J. 
Forrest, John Dear- 
den, J. H. Wraith. 
W. H. Pilkington, 
James Dearden 

F. B. Mallett, G. How- 
arth, R. Settle, R. A. 
Clarke, T. B. Gar 
stang, B. Cawthorne, 
A. S. Robertson, J. 
Robinson, G. Gre- 
gory, C. Briugloe 



G. Brum well, J. G. 
Booth, G. Smirth 
waite, S. Lawson, 
J. J. Ideson, J. H. 
Nelson 



P. Nuttall, A. A. 
McClure, W. Nutt- 
all, T. Bott. W. S. 
Bimie, J. Wardle- 
worth 



R. Altham, W. Jack- 
son, J. Uarker 



JohnM. Rigby, M.D., 
J. Berry, E. Jackson 
J. Hilton, James M, 
Rigby 



J. Heap, Barton, upon. 

Irwell, Manchester 
Rev. T. L. Beddoes 
R. Roe (M.O.) 



R. Sowerbutts, Blackburn 
No Chaplain 
H. A. Grime (M.O.) 
WiUlam Hillidge, Eff. 3 
iUary Hillidge, Pr. 1 



E. Greenhaigh, Farn worth, 

Bolton 
Rev. C. J. Stewai-t, Farn 

worth, Bolton 
R. A. Clarke (M.O.) 
Charles Hall, C. 3 
Elizabeth Greenhaigh, C. 1 



T. Bibby, Burnley 

No Chaplain 

J. C. Brum well (M.O.) 



J. Ludlam, Birtle-cum> 

Bam ford. Bury 
Rev. T. Wilson 
D. Taylor (M.O.) 
Rosetta Smithy Eff. 3 



R. Bradley, Caton, Lancaster 

No Chaplain 

R. Altham (M.O.) 

[ton 
W. Prestwich.Brindle, Pres- 

G. Matthews, Chorley 

No Chaplain 

J. M. Rigby (M.O.) 

R. Smith (M.O.) 



744 



119 
170 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



62 



THE UNION, PARISH, AND BOARD OF BEAI^TH OFFICERS 



Counties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in 1861 






-I 






Clerks and Treasurers. 



Chmirmeii 

and 

Vice-Chairmen. 



LANCASWRE-con. 

Chorlton . 

A. 11,549 
P. 160,579 



Clicheroe • 

A. 114^7 
P. 2M7a 



Fylde, The . 
A. 78,397 
p. 25|082 

Ga Btang^ . 

A. 62,617 
P. 12*425 

Hiislingden 

A. 26,681 
P. 69,781 



Lancaster . 

A. 57,141 
P. 23,841 



Leigh 

A. 23,610 
P. 37,700 

Liyerpool . 

A. 2,220 
P. 269,742 



21 



16 



19 



M.f. 



W.{ 



Th.f 



Th.f 



21 



E. 



Th. 



Ta.f 



21 



21 



CI., W. N. Edgill, 
Chorlton-apon-Med- 
lock, Manchester 

Asst. CL, H. Goulton 

TV.y James Miller, 
(Manchester and 
Liverpool District 
Bank,) l^lanchester 

CL, J. Eastham, Cli- 
theroe 

TV., William Peterkin, 
Craren Bank, Cli- 
theroe 

CL, W. Thompson, 

Kirkham 
7V.,Wm. Fisher (Lan- 
caster Bg.Co.) Preston 
CI., Thomas Noble, 

Garstang 
TV*., Henry Hadwen, 

(Bank) Lancaster 
C/.,T. Woodcock. Has- 
lingden, Manchester 
TV., Geo. Duckworth, 
Haslingden, Man- 
chester 



CI., J. Grant, Lancas- 
ter 
7V.« Henry Hadwen, 
(Bank,) Lancaster 
[Manchester 
C/., J.Hayes, Leigh, 
TV., Walter Ashton 
(Manch. & L'pool Dis- 
trictBk.)Leigh, M an ch. 
CI., H. J. Hagger, 
Vestry Clerk, Liver* 
pool 
Asst. CV«., F.Coleman, 
E. R. Parry. K, 
Bryning, and TCon- 
nor, Liverpool 
TV., 'Arthur Hey wood, 
(Banker) LiTeri>ool 



T. Clowes 
6. M. France 



R. Assheton 
G. J. B. Trappes 



R. C. Rieharda 
T. Parkinson 
Rer. G. R. Brown 

Major Guuliffe 
J. Lewtaa 



W. J. Sleath 
P. H. Whitehead 
S. Spencer 



B. Dawson 
W. E. Moes 
J. Jenkinson 



T. Kirkpatrick 
R. Houghton 
R. Poole . 

Rev. A. Campbell 



Digitized by VjUU V IC 



POCKET JLLMANAC AKD GUIDE. 



Belieritig Officers aad 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



^0.1, ^Hulme, Maiu 

Chester— ^o. 2, O. Brindley, 
Hatme, Manchester — No. 
Z, J. Cocker, Chorlton-on- 
Medlock, Manchester— JYo. 
4, W. J. Topbam, Ardwick, 
Mandiester — Aut. do., J. 
Brown, Hulme, Manchester 

f^stt or Lancashire, G. 
Whitaker, Ctitheroe — 
Second, or Yorkshire, 
J. Rudd, Cbatburn, Cli- 
theroe 

Khrkham, J. Raby, Kirk- 
barn — Poulton, J. Parkin- 
son, Eonlton 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers, 



^B 



G. Clements, A. Wil- 
son, H.M.William- 
son, J. Foster, J. V. 
L.We8tmacott,J. H. 
Brown, F. Melland, 
B. Allen, W.C Mat- 
thews 

J. C. Roberts, T. D. 
Jackaon, H.Patehett, 
W. £. Musson 



T. Clarke, J. B. Ire- 
land, J.Cocker, J.A 
Orr, L. Fisher 



Garstaug, R. Barton ,Cabn8, 
6arstang^-.9l. MlchaePe, 
J.Shorrock, St.Micha«rs, 
Garstadg 

First, G. Ramsbottom, Has. 
lingden,Manchester — Second, 
T. Holt, Rawtenstall — 
7%jrd, C. Houlker, Accring ton 
—4th, J. Clegg, Newchurch, 
Manchester— 5M, E. Chatt- 
wood, Edenfleld, Bury, Lan 
cashire 

Lancaster, J. Townson, Lan- 
caster— AnfMeni,6.Driuk- 
all, Galgate, Lancaster — 
Northern, J. Baines, Yea- 
land Conyers, Lancaster 

Atherton,T, Hart,Atherton, 
M anchester— PenniVt jf/ojs, 
C. Owens, Pennington, 
Manchester 

Super.Reliev. Officer, CCsLn- 



W. Chapman, H. T. 
Barton, J. Martin 



W.J. Stott,J. M. Gil- 
lespie,T. W. Green, 
T. Wilson, J. Wil 
son, £. Whitaker 



P. Allen, J. P. Irvine, 
M. J<riin80ik 



J.Brideoake, W.Hoylej 
R. Sephton 



J. Finegan. S. H. 



mngthWerpool—Believ.Of- Games, E. Adam, 



/icers, T. R. Lindsay^ T 
Tomlinson, T. Roberts, T. 
Blair, J. Moulsdale, and 
C. Walker, Lirerpool— Pay 
Clerk, E. Vaughan, Liver- 
pool —Book-keeper,!, Pen n , 
LiYerpool — Check Cierk, 
J. Conway, LiTerpool — 
Removing Officer, W. 
Haswell, Liverpool — 
Bread Distributor, J.Mev' 
senger , LiTerpool — A ssist. 
Beiiev. Officers, E.P. Estlin 
and D.RobertSyLiverpool- 
Out'4oor Inspector of Be- 
ii^, H. Kay, Liverpool 



[Manchester 
E.Broken8hire,Withington, 1,576 
Rev. J. G. Stowell [ (M.O.) 
G. GreaTss, G. Clements 
Thomas Griffiths, C, I 
Charies F. Brierley, Kff. 3 
Elixabeth Petty, C. 1 
Mary B, Smith 
F, M. Is' Gawthorpe 
J. Holcroft, Bolton-by-Bow- 

land, Blackburn 
J. Smithies, Aightbn Bailey 
and Chajgley, Blackburn 
T. D. Jackson (M.O.) 
H. Patchett (M.O.) 
, Kirkham 
No Chaplain 

(M.O.) 
Mary A. Hunt, C, 9 
J. Jackson, Claughtoo, 

Garstang 
No Chaplain 
W. Chapman (M.O.) 
R. Preston, Haslingden, 
Manchester 
T. Hill, New Church, Man- 
chester 
No Chaplain 
W. J. Stott(M.O.) 
R. Whitaker (M.O.) 
B. Smith, Lancaster 
No Chaplain 
M. Johnson (M.O.) 

[cbester 
T. Hilton, AthertoD, Man- 
J. Bridecake (M.O.) 
Frederick E, Williams,Fr,l 
[verpool 
,BrownlowHitl, Li- 
Rev. K Smith, Liverpool 
R. Gee, J. H. Barnes, C. L. 
Anderson, 1. de Zonch, T. 
Paterson, M.D. (M.O.) 
lNDUSTRiALScHOoL,Kirkdale 
Superintendent, J. Birchall 



J. Steele, S. B. Cald 

well, J. Garthside, J 

Prytherch, A. B. 

Steele,A.F. Graham, 

R. Robertson, M.D., 

J.Sinclair, J.Speer Rev. I.Holmes, Kirkdale, Li 



3,S<M 



1,991 



~ Dispensers, G. E. Parker (M.O. [verpool 
Grieres, G. J. Yates, James Birchall, Eff. 1 
G.Loney,J.Carling, Joseph Wilson, Eff. Z 
T. Hunt Thomas B. George 

Joseph Peet, Eff. ^ Woodhead 
Fred,Chambt'rs \ Elixabeth 
Annie Barton, C. 3 [Peck 
EllenBourdman | Elinaboth 
Mary Brophy 
Frances Wood head 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



64 



THB UNIOK, PARISH, AWD BOARD OP HEALTH OFFICEBS' 



Connties h Unions,U "S J 

Area in Acre*, -2 ^ -g 

and I «a ,2 2 

Popnlgtioninl861.'^r;5 



a.2 






Clerks and Treasurers. 



Chainaen 

and 

Vice-Chairmeq. 



LARCASHiRE--«»>. 

Manchester . 
A. 1,4S0 
P. 185,41© 



OHham . 

A. 16372 
P.lli;276 



OrmiUrk 

A. 111,968 
P. 46,23* 

Prescot . 

A. 56359 
P. 73,1*7 



Preston . 
A. esjaas 

p. 110^23 



28 



Pkwtwiib 

A 11,148 
r. 58,578 



27 



29 



40 



Tb. 



24 



12 20 



W. 



Th.f 



Th.f 



Tu. 



21 



C/., John Harrop, 
Manchester 

As. Cls., H. Somer- 
set, 6. Macdonald, 
W. Thomas, and 
J. R. Berry, Man- 
chester 

TV., Thomas Cooke, 
Manchester and 
Liverpool Bank, 
Manchester 



fi. 



E. 



Th.f B. 21 



C. H. Rickarda ' 
T. D. Oewdson 
U. J. Leppo« 



C/., Kay Clegg, Old- 
ham 

Assist, a., 

TV., Willtam Tipping, 
(Manch. & LiTer.Dis- 
trict Bank), Oldham 

C/.,W. Parr, Orms- 
kirk 

TV.Wm, Henry Smith, 
Bank, Ormskirk 

Cl.f T. Martin, Prescot 

TV., Joseph Charlton 
Parr, Bank, Saint 
Helens, Lancashire 

CU M. H. Dixon, 
Preston 

TV., George B. Dalby, 
(Preston Banking 
Company), Preston 



C2., R. Parker, Cheet- 
ham-hiII,Manche8ter 

TV., Sir Benjamin 
Hey wood, Bart., & 
Co., Manchester 



A. Crompton 
J. Baxdsley 



W. Welsby 
R. Mawdsley 



E.Ward 
T. JohuaoB 
H. Johnson 
R. Barrow 

W. Howitt 
T. Dewhorst 
T. Miller 



J. Taylor 
J. Bake 
J. Wateihonse 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



POCKBT ALMANAC AND GUIDE. 



65 



Relieving Ofllcen and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workliouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teacher*. 



yo. I, E. Golland, Man 
cheater— AoJK^. A.Hier(piu 
Maucheater -> ?fo. i, J. 
Holland. Manchester — 
JVo. 4, W. Brandon, Man- 
ofaester->iVo. 5, T. Whit- 
ney, Manchester — JVo. e, 
H. Thorpe, Manchester — 
Pay Clerk, E. Watkin, 
Manchester — Pass Officer, 
P. MeUugh, Manchester 
—Warrant Officer, J. 
Swann, Manchester 



R. M. Mann, O.Dean, 
R. W. Ledward, 
M.D., C. H. Brad- 
don, M.D., J. Broad- 
hent, E. Meacham — 
Apothecary, W. G. 
Glapperton 



^o. I, S. Ramsden, Mid. T. B. Knott, W. Kei^ 



dleton, Manchestei^-iVe. 
2, R. Byrom, Shaw, Old 
ham— JVo. 3, J. Erans, 
Oldham— iVo. 4, T. Hey- 
wood, Oldham 
The Union,G, A8croft,Orms- 
kirk 



Shaw, M.D., R. H. 
Leach, J. Kenwor- 
thy,J.Prestwich,A. 
Leach, jr.,T.Platt^4 
Leach JL. T.Thomson 
C. P. Symonds, G. 
Woods, J. H. Tay- 
lor, R. Sumner, J. 
D. Porter 
J. Rayner. R. Gorst, 
J.Ricketts,U. Green 
up, R. McNicoIl, J 
F. Little, R. Rigg, 
I G. Tobin 

PrestoHj No, I, D. Jump, u. J. Pilkington, B. 
Preston— iV0. 2, A. AUen, Haldan, M. D., J. B. 
« «, ^ , ^ Hodgson, '.M.D., B. 



SaiHt Helen% J. W. R. 
Fowler, St.Helen'»— Pre«- 
cot, C. McClelland, Rain, 
hill, Preacot 



J 



Preston— JVo. 3, J. Ken. 
yon, Preston — AUton 
and BroughtoH, J, A. 
Roscoe, Ashton ,Preston— 
Longton, T. Pickering, 
Loogton, Preston— yra^ 
ton, L. Dialey, Walton, 
Preston 



The 17mIom,J.R. Ken worthy, 
Cheetham, Manchester — 
Assist.^ J. Booth, Cheet 
h a »» Manchester 



W. Parker, J. S. 
Ridley, M. D., W. 
Smith, M. D., £. 
Bccles, J. Nobl« 



R. G. Gornall, J. H 
CoT«ney, J.Hutcliin- 
son 



[Chester 
R. Wharf, Crumpsall, Man 
T. Roberts, New Bridge- 
street, Manchester 
£. Brooks, House of Industry 
Rev. W. Bridges 
Rer. C. J. Pulling 
G. Bowring (M.O.) 
J. Westmorland (M.O.) 
H. Simpson, M.D. (M.O.) 
A. C. Clarke, M.D. (M.O.) 

Swinton Schools. 
J. Wrigley, Swinton, Man 
ReT. J. Robinson [Chester 
C. J. Farr (M.O.) 
Ja$nes fFrigley, Eff. 1 
Christopher Speight [north 
Emmit Wright \ Mary Ash- 
William Wade 
Alice Makinson, Eff. 2 
John Schojirld 
Caroline Wallace, C. 3 
Sarah A. GrlndUy • ..^ 
R. Cooper, Oldham 
No Chaplain 
C. Murray, M.D. (M.O.) 
James MUner, Pr. 1 
Elizabeth Clarke, C. 2 

F. Brooks, Ormskirk 
Rev. J. Bush, Ormskirk 
C. P. Symonds (M.O.) 
Ann Dixon, Pr. 1 
T. Holme8,Whiston, Prescot 
Rev. H. M. Moore, Preacot 
J. Rayner (M.O.) 
Henry Hilton 
Elizabeth Erlam 
F. Blinston, Preston 
T. Hill, Walton-le-Dale, 
Preston [ton, Prest. 

W. Dttckworth ,Woodplump- 

AJ.Innerdale,Peuwortham, 

Preston [Preston 

W. Laverty, Ribchester, 

J. Livesey (House of Re- 
covery), Preston 

B. Haldan (M.O.), W. Smith 
(M.O.), J. Noble (M.O.), B. 
W. Parker (M.0.),£. Ecdes 
(M.O.) 

Edwin Ashton | if. Walton 

Ann J. Innerdale 

J. Turner, Prestwich, Man- 
chester 

Rer. H. M. Birch ' 

J. H. Coreney (M.O.) 



1,894 
I4644 



Digitized by 



toogk 



66 THB UNION, PARISH^ AND BOARD OF HEALTH OFFICERS' 



Counties & Unions, 


i 


-^1 


II 


■=^ 


is 


o w 




Chairman 




Area in Acres, 
and 


1 


11 




II 


11 


"1 


Clerks and Treasurers, 


Old 

Vfce.Chainnen. 




Population in 1861. 


3h 


<* 


cc; 


<lG 








LANCASHtRE-c<m. 


















Rochdale . 


6 


23 


32 F. 


E. 


21 


C/., J. Holgate, Sum- 


T^Heap 




A. 33,334 








f.8. 






mercastle, Rochdale 


A. Stewart 




P. 91,754 














As.-CL, A. Leach, 
Rochdale 

TV., Joseph Wood, 
The Butts, Roch- 
dale 


H. Smith 




Saiford . . 


4 


30 


]» 


F. 


E. 


21 


C/.,T.H.Bag8haw, Sal- 


&. Yomtwi 




A. 4,830 














ford, Manchester 


J. F. Man 




P. 105,335 














TVm William Langton, 
Manchester andSal- 
ford Bank, Salford, 
Manchester 


C. Y. RobethMB 




Todmorden 


6 


18 


e 


W.f 


B. 


50 


CA,J.Stansfield,Tod- 


H. Hersfall 




A. 334tt6 














morden 


J.eiU 




P. 3M13 










^ 


' 


TV-., William Barlow 
(Manchester & Li- 
Terpool Bank), Tod- 
mordeu 


- 




Texteth Park . 


1 


1» 


6 


Tb. 


£. 


22 C/.,J. Moulding, Tox- 


H. S.AIpass 




A. 3,76ft 












1 teth Park, liTcrpool 


A.Grin4r«d 




P. 09,994 












TV*., Arthur Heywood 


W. Shielik 


















(Messrs. Heywood, 






• 














Sons, and Co.),LiTer 
pool 
Cl-t J.S. Sykes^Ulrer- 






- Ulrentone 


30 


41 


30 


Th. 


£. 


8 


Duke ef Derenshire 


A. 135.043 














stone 


T.Ainsworth - 




P. 35,736 














TV., Stephen Jackson, 
(Xancaster Banking 


Rer. J. Maeav ay 




' 














Co<,)UlTer8tone 






Wanrisgton 


16 


90 


16 


W. 


B. 


33 




C. H. Cartwrtgbt 




, - . A. »fiM 














ring^n 


W.E.W>ikstaaley 




P. 43^5 














TV., Thomaa Paorr, 
Warrington 


W. Swilb 




W«rt Derby . 


12 


33 


25 


W. 


E. 


S3 


CI., W. dearer, 14, 


J. WUtOB 




A. 46k79» 














Clayton-sq., layer- 


J. WarelMm 




F. 156,561 














pool 
Asst. CI., J. Hall 
TV., Samuel Smith, 


W.J.Liuit 








- 










(Bank,) Lirerpodl 




. 
















Digitized by V3( 


Dogle 





POCKET ALMANAC AND OUID£. 



67 



Relieviag <Mlcen and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teacher$, 



.»! 



Ctutlet^ny W. Turner, 
Rochdale — Spotland, R. 
Heyworth, Rochdale — 
Wardlewortk, R. Whit, 
worth, Rochdale 



[Rochdale 

B. Lister, N. BnckleyJ — Stott, Butt^rwoith, 
J. Lawton,T. Colling- J. Oent, Castleton, Rochdale 
wood, A. Coventry, T. Allen, Spotland, Rochdale 



Vo. 1, J. BiGkson, ll,01dfield 
Road, Salford, Manchester 
— JV«. S, J. Jones, Sal- 
ford, Manchester — No. 8, 
6. 6. Dean, Salford, Man- 
chester 

\o. 1, T. Heyworth, Wood 
House,Todmorden — No. 2, 
W. Ingham, Heptonstall, 
Hebden Bridge — No, 8, 
T. Bancroft, Hill Top, 
Hebden Bridge 

No. 1, T. Williams, Toxteth- 
park, liToriHwl — No, 2, 
R. M.Strang, Toxteth-park, 
Lirerpool}-- Pajf Clerk, £. 
Percy,Toxteth-park.,Liver- 
pool 

IVest Broughton, J, PosUe- 

tbwaite, Kirkby Ireleth, 

Vlwwntane^Cartmel, R. 

Taylor, jun., Ne^ton.in- 

Cartmel— (7o//im,R.Taylor, 

Arrad Foott, Ulverstone — 

Dalton, G. Simpson, Urs- 

wick,UlTenitone — Hawks-' 

head, I, Swainson, Church 

Conisto&e,Windermere-l7l> 

f«rfto»«fJ.Riley,UlTer8tone 

No. 1, J. Baneroft, Warring, 
ton — iVb. 2, J. Caldwell, 
Mewton, liaucashtre — 
No. 3,6. Hilton, Woolston, 
Warrington 

No. X, G.Oiney, Harper St., 
West Derby, Liverpool — 
No* 2, J. Bunter, Erer- 
to», Lirerpool — No. 3, A. 
Liagham, Everton, Liver- 
pool— JVtf. 4,T.CIarke,0Id 
fiwan* near L>ool — No. 5, 
W. Smith, Bootle>cum>Liu- 
acre* L'pool — Pay Clerkt 
R. H. Webster, Everton 
LiTcrpool 



J. Teale, T. M. John> 
son, M.D., R. N 
Inirle, M.D. 



H. Turner, 
Clegg 



W. J. 



D. M. Cockcroft, J. 
Thomas, W. Thomas, 
R. Howard, J. Hand- 
ley 



Jeremiah Holden, Wardle- 

worth, Rochdale 
N. Buckley (M.O.), J. Law- 
ton(M.O.),A.Corentry(M.O.), 
r. Colliu^'wood (M.O.) 

Maria Smith 

T. Bebbington, Salford, 
Manchester 

Rev. A. S. Gardiner 

W.F. P. Davis, M.D. (M.O.) 

R. N, lugle, M.D. (M.O.) 

S. Miltoard \ M. Wilson 

No Workhouse 

No Chaplain 



6. Shearer, T. F. 
Morrish— i>ifpeiMer, 
W. Smith 



J. B. Oliver, 0. Stunt, 
E. Hall, R. T'. By 
water, R. Cranke, S. 
Lomax 



R.Martin, E. S. Leete, 
C. N. Spioks, R. 
Sephton 



R.B. Reid, E.Swinden, 
J. V. Worthington, 
J. H. Watling, A. 
Warbnrton, R.Rigg, 
W. H.Fitzpatrick,A. 
P. May, J. Johnson, 
J: Anderson, W. J. 
Irvine, R. T. Lodge, 
M.D., W. Rowland 
— Dispenser, R. J 
Evans 



[Lirerpool 
H. Coleman, Toxteth Park, 
Rev. J. Duukley 
C. E. Lyster (M.O.) 

A. E. Carter (M.O.) 
Henry Heath 

S. A- Troughton, Ulverstone 
Rev. G. Pickering, Ulver- 
stone 
R. Cranke (M.O.) 
Matthew Wilson, Eff. 2 
Eunice Ireland, Eff. S 



J. Anderton, Warrington 
Rer.J.D. Massingham 
C. N. Spinks (M.O.) 
Charles F. Brown 
Sarah A. Barlow 
T. Goode, Everton, Liver- 
pool 
Rev. R. T. Le.-lle 
J. J. YWxm (M.O.) 
J. W. Irvine (M.O.) 
W. G. Laid law (M.O.) 
W. H. Smith, Eff. 3 
Daniel Harkins 
Eliza A. Booth, C. 3 
Mary Jones 



80 
97 



1G3 
32* 



307 



80« 



* And Vagrant wards, 15. 



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id THE UNION, PARISH, AND BOARD OF HEALTH OFFICBRS 



Counties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in 1861. 



<a 



Clerks and Treasurers, 



ClwinnMi 

and 

Vice-chairmen. 



LANGASHIRE-coit. 

Wigan . 

A. 47,018 
P. 94^1 



Zeeicester- 
Bliires 

Ashby - de • la - 
Zouch 

A. 51.952 
P. 28,543 



Barrow-on-Soar 
A. 48.118 
P. 19,760 



Billesdon 

A. 50.721 
P. 7^72 



Blaby 



A. 33,957 
P. 14,305 



Hinckley . 

A. 28,070 
P. 16,374 

Leicester . 

A. 3.900 
P. 08,050 



20 31 



30 37 



S.f. 



38 45 



Tu.f 



13 Th.f 



30 43 



10 



Loughborongb . 
A. 43,840 
P. 24,147 



Lutterworth . 
A. 59,031 
P. 15,515 



Market Bos • 
worth 

A. 53,520 

P. 13,428 



25 33 






Tu 



Tb.< 



Tu. 



Ta.f 



Th.f 



W.f 



C. 



C. 



C. 



CI., H. Ackeriey, 

Wipan 
Ass, Cl„ 
Tr.^ Henry Woodcock 

(]3anker), Wigan 



C/., T. Darenport. 

Asbby-dela-Zouch 
TV., Thomas Harriimn 

Kin tou(Leicestenh. 
BankingCo.),Aahby- 

de-la-Zouch 



23 Cl.y W. W. Goode, 
Loughboroagh 
TV., William Unwin 
Heygate (Leicester- 
shire Banking Co.,) 
Leicester 
23 C^ T. Ingram, Leices- 
ter 
TV., William Billson 
(Pare's Bank), Lei. 
oester 

23 ex., T. Sheppard, Lei 
oester 
TV., WiUiam Billsou 
(Fare's Bank), Lei- 
cester [ley 

23 'CA, S.Preston, Hinck< 
TV., William Billson 
(Fare's Bank), Lei- 
cester 
23 CA, B. 6. Chamber- 
lain, Leicester 
TV., William Billson 
(Pare»s Bank), Lei- 
cester 
23 Oi,, J. Jarratt, Lough- 
borough 
TV., EdwardChatterton 
Middleton (Bank), 
Loughborough 
CL, James Driver, 

Lutterworth 
TV., William Billson 
(Fare's Bank), Lut- 
terworth 
23 CA, J. HoBier, Market 
Bosworth 
TV., Thomas Harrison 
Kintou, (Leicester* 
shire Banking Co.,) 
I Market Bosworth 



J. Barton 
R. F. Hopwood 
J. H. Gilbert 



M. Sheild 
W. Newbold 
W. German 



W. P. Merrick 
W. NnttaU 



Major Freer 
T.Hobson 
T.Eales 



Major Knight 
J. Caitwright 
E. P. Miles 



W. Campion 
T. J. Clarke 



W. Baines 
J. Hames 
J. W. filaek 



T. C. Angrare 
C. Bosworth 



T. Higginson 
H. Bond 



Earl Howe 
A. BrickweU 



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09 



ReUerlng Officen and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



Wigtm, N: 1, W. Lamb, 
Wigao— ir^aft, No. % J. 
MilCon,Wigaa-~C/f»A4»/limd» 
J. Harrison, Orrell, Wi- 
gran— HlitdUy, R. Win- 
Stanley, Ince, Wigan 

JV#. 1, J. Hood, Asbby-de- 
la-Zouch — No, t, J. 
Willshee, Meattaam, 
Athertt«n« 



SarrMP, T.Buttery, Rothley 
Loughboroagh — Syston, 
J.Kirby, Syston, Leicester 



ThB UnUn, W. Harrison, 
Keybam, Leicester 



WlgsUn,Vf. pioxam. Wig- 
■ton Magna, Leicester — 
JffiMferfry,.H. Hill, Work- 
Bnderby, Leicester 



T.J. Heaton» R.Win- 
stanley, J. 6. Bray- 
ton, J. L. Price, S. 
Molyneux,G.S. Hil 
ton, J. Fisher, T.Ma- 
ther, £. H. Monks 

P. Dicken, W. Joyce, 
H. Toone, J. Hatch- 
ett, M.D., W W. 
PearG« 



P. Downey, S. Wright, 
C. W. Wood. W. C 
Dalley, H. NuttaU 



W. F. Franks, J; M 
Fewkes, P. A. Jack- 
son 



F. Fallagar,J.D.Hulme, 
J. W. Beresford 



TkB UtU9», J. Allen, Hinck- 
ley 



No. 1, W. D. Smith, 58, Wa- 
terloo-etfeet, Leicester— 
No. 1, W. Cartwright, 
Welford-plaee, Leicester 

Loughborough, J. Riley, 
Longhboroagh — Leake, 
J.Tunnieliff, East Leake, 
Laoghboroogh 

The UidoH, J. L. Lee, Lotter- 



No, l,or Market Bosworth,T. 
B.Fitch .Market Bosworth, 
lSLinc\Uj'No.%^JhMtccki 
T. WilUn«, Barlestone, 



T. Spencer, Jan., T. 
S. Ludlow, W. H. 
Griffiths 

W.Derington, J. Den- 
ton, F. Fullagar, O 
Pearoe, H. Nuttall 



J. A. Wood, J. W. 
Brown, S. Chapman, 
W. G. Palmer 



J. F. Ashley, E. Mc 
Illree,W.GImson,F. 
Cox, G.M. Dickinson 



T. W. Hubbard, R. H. 
Thomas, F. Green, 
8. Bdmondfi J. 
Wright 



W. Swallow, Wigan 
Rev. J.Wilson 
R. Winstanley (M.O.) 
William Greener^ C. 2 
Elix. Green, Pr. 1 



R. Arnold, Ashby-de-la- 

Zouch 
ReT. T. S.Green, Aiihby-de- 

la-Zouch 
W. Joyce (M.O.) 
Rhoda Wood, Pr. 1 



J. Dear, Rothley, Lough- 
borough 
Rer. A. H. Pearse 
S. Wright (M.O.) 
Louisa Badcock, Pr. 1 

G. Measures, Billesdon 
Reir. J. Scholefield 
W. F. Franks (M.O.) 
Anne TkomH^son 

H. Hill, Enderby, Lei- 
cester 
Rev. J. P. O. Tompkins 
J. W. Beresford (M.O.) 
Elizabeth M. Everard 
D. Gillespie, Hinckley 
Rev. J. C. Barker 
W. H. Griffiths (M.O.) 
Mary Ellen Grove, Pr. 1 
W. Dickisson, Leicester 
J. H. T. Clarke (M.O.) 
Richard Haynes, Eff. 3 
Rebecca Mason, C. 3 

J. Wilson, Loughborough . 
Reir. J. B. Ottley 
W. 6. Palmer (M.O.) 
Samuel Bailey, Vt.^ 
Annie Thompson,Fr, t 
J. White, Lutterworth 
Reir. F. W. Goodacre* 
J. P. Ashby (M.O.) 
Josephine A* Frle, Pr. 1 ^ 

W.Ingram,MarketB 08 worth 
Rev. T. H. Erans 
T. W. Hubbard (M.O.) 
Sarah Kimberlin, Pr.3 



8S8 



3M« 



135 



• And 3« Yttgranto. 



H t 

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70 



THE UNION, PARISH, AND BOARB OF BEAX.TH OFFICBB8 



Counties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in lP6i. 



MM 






m 



LEICESTERSH.-c*« 

Market Har- 
boroogh 

A. 6*jfm 
P. 16,034 



If eltonMowbray 59 
A. 99,277 
P. 20,171 



Xdncoliisl&> 



Sie 



II 
1^ 



ClerlES and Treasoren. 



Chairmen 

and 

Vice-chairmen. 



F.f. 



7 Th.f C, 



A. 125,547 
P. 37A»33 



Bonm . * 30 
A. 90,644 
P. 20,113 



Caistor 



A. 183,164 
P. 37,517 



6«iDsboroagh . 50 
A. 108,578 
.. P. 25,973 



Glanford Brigg 54 57 
A. 165,470 
P. 34,731 



Grantham . 54 
A. 102,720 
P. 28,886 



Holbeach 

A.1Q7,209 
P. 18,290 



15 



S.f. 



Th. 



S.f. 



H. 



12 Ta.f H. 



15 Th.l 



Th.f 



M.f. 



Cl.t J. Lester, Mar- 
ket Harborough 
7Vm Thomas Harriaon 
Kinton, (Leicester 
shire Banking Co.,) 
MarketHarborongh 
Cl^ F. J. Oldham, 

Melum Mowbray 
TV., Thomas Harrison 
Kinton, (Leioester- 
shire Banking Co.,) 
Leicester 
CL, H.Bates, Boston 
TV., William Gar&t, 
(Banker,) Boston 



CL, J. L. Bell, Boom 

TV., Wilkinson Pea- 
cock (Messrs. Pea- 
cock & Co.), Great- 
ford. Stamford 

CK., G.R.F.Hadde]sey, 
Caistor 

TV.* Hon. Alex. Leslie 
MelTiXle, (Bankerj) 
Linroln 



Sir W. De Capel 
Brooke* Bart. 
J. Perkins' 



E. M. Burbidge 
H. Woelho«Me 



H. 



F. L. Hopkins 
F. Groom 



T. Lawrence 
W. Parker, jm. 
R. J. Shilc«»ck 



Rer. J. P.* Parkin- 
son, D.&[fc 
W. Brooke 
W.Thondd 



24 



Ci-, T. H. Ol 

Gainsborough 
TV., Hon. Alex. Leslie 

MelTiUe, (Banker,) 

Lincoln 



CL, John Hett, Brigg 
TV., Hon. Alex. Lenlie 

MelTiUe. (Banker,) 

Lincoln 



C/.,W. G.Wagstoffe, 

Grantham 
TV., John Hardy 

(Banker), Grantham 



CL, E. G. AyltfT, Hd- 

beach 
TV., Algernon Peck- 

orer, Holbeach 



BcT. H. Stockdale 
J.Gamson 
Her. R. J. Baddi- 



R. Winn 
H. Grantham 
J. JDaaber 



Sir G. B. W. Gre- 
gory, Bart. 
C. Tumor 



Ber. E. L. Bennett 
W. C^airley 

J. Blever J^i 



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POOKET ALMAMAO ▲NI> QUIDB. 



Believing Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workliouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teaiehers, 



N^. 1, J. Palmer, Market 
Harboroagh — No, % M. 
Moss, Great Bowden, 
Market Harborough 



pro. 1, W. Leadbeater, 
Melton Mowbray — No. 2, 
H. Darman, Waltham, 
Melton Mowbray 



A. Mclvor Tindall, G. 
Shack.elford,J. Fran- 
cis, T. Macaulay, C. 
A.Crane,J. Q. Costin 



N. Whitchnrch, J. M. 
Swain, J. Roberts, 
H. Douglas, T. Leah 



First ^Boston, W. G. At- 
kiu, Boston — Second or 
Swineshead, T. Warner, 
Kirton, Boston — Third or 
Benington, James Plant, 
Leake, Boston 

No.lfOr Bourn andAslackby, 
R. Willau, Bourn— iVb. % 
or Deeping, W.Conington, 
Market Deeping 

€kUst4n', T. Kirman, Caistor 
—Gt. Grimsby, W. Berry, 
Great Grimsby — JifarAre/ 
Ras9H, J. E. Laxton, 
Market Rasen — Assistant 
ditto for Vagrants, L 
Anson, Great Grimsby 

North, D. Kastings, Mister- 
ton, Gainsborough— iS'tftff A, 
R.- Brownlow, Gainsbo- 
rough 



Brigg and Kirton, Vf. Ma- 
son, Jan., BroDghton, 
Brigg- BartontViJ.H utty. 
Barton - ui>on - Humber — 
Winterton, C. Clay, Mes- 
aingham, Kirton-iu-Lind- 

••y 

Grantham, J. Kingston, 
Spictlegate, Grantham — 
Denton, C. Goodson, Bar- 
rowby, Grantham — Col- 
aterworih, J. Bright, Col- 
ster worth, Grantham 

Botbeach, W. Cozon, Fleet, 
Wisbech — Long Sutton, 
R. F.Winfrey, Long Sut- 
ton, Wisbech 



E. Coupland, W. C. 
Hine, W. J. Marsh, 
P. Cowen,C. Blades, 
V. H. Atkinson, 
W. H. Radley 

H. Lambden, J. Burn, 
W. Page,W. Powne, 
J. Colling wood, J. L. 
Pritohett 

J. I. Mackintosh, G. 
Jameson, H. M. Lep- 
pington, J. Hem. 
brough, M. S. Bar- 
ton, J. Aston, W. 
Fawssett, H. £. 
Turnour, G. Burn- 
ham, R. Read 

R P. Tickler, M.D., R. 
Eminson,jun., R.M, 
Wlllan, D. Mackin- 
der, M.D., J. C. B. 
Sraallman, M.U., T. 
B.Wright,M.D.,C.F. 
George,R.M.Willan 

J. Morley, L. M. Ben- 
nett, R. H.Paterson, 
£.G.Baron, T.T.Des 
Forges, W. Terre- 
west, J. B. Moxon, 
W. Wilkinson, C. F. 
George, F. Philpot, 
M.D. 

W. Robbs. M.D., F. 
Eaton, R. Kin(j;ston, 
W.Priest, J.Wright. 
J. Colling wood, T. 
E. Shannon, M.D., 
C. Femeley, M.D. 

A.B.Vise,R. Harper, A. 
B.Ewen,H. Ewes, 
E. C. Cottingham, 
W. J. Hodifson 



S. Clark, Great Bowden, 
Market Harborough 
Rev. R. M. Mathews 
J. Francis (M.O.) 
Emma Pedrson, Pr. S 

S. Weston, Melton Mowbray 
Rev. C. Baines 
N. Whitchurch (M.O.) 
Saml. Rushton, C. 1 
Catherine Rushton, C 1 

J. Day, Boston 
Rev.G. B. Blerikin, Boston 
E. Coupland )M.O.) 
David Coy, C. 2 
Editha C. Driver, Eff. 3 

R. U. Holland, Bourn 
Rev. H. C. Casey 
J. Burn (M.O.) 
Elixa Btowjleld, Pr. S 

J. T. Shipley, Caistor 
Rev. H. Maclean, Caistor 
J. I. Maokintosb (M.O.) 
John M. Moody, C. 3 
Martha Smith, Pr. 3 



G. Grooke, Gainsborough 
Rev. T. Sutton, Marton, 

Gainsborough 
D. Mackinder, M.D. (M.O.) 
Henrjf Hibbitt, C. 1 
Mary J. Roberts, C. 3 

G. Empringham, Wrawby, 
Brigg 
Rev. J. R. West 
J. B. Moxon (M.O.) 
Emily L. BmpriHgham,Vr.\ 



R. H. Holman, Spittlegata, 

Grantham 
Rev. F. Jesson, Spittlegat* 
W. Robbs, M.D. (M.O.) 
Chitrles Coliingwood, C. 8 
Eliza Cot, Pr. 1 
J. W.Hart, Fleet, Wiab«<Ul 
R. Harper (M.O.; 
Joseph Rylatt 
Susanna Cook, Per 



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72 THE UNION, PABISH, AND BOARD OP HEALTH OFFIOBRS* 



Counties A Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Pcpalation in 1861 



aerks and Treasurers. 



LINCOLNSH.-coit. 
HorucasOe 

^ A. 113,583 
P. 2^fi9i 

Lincoln . 

A. 153^20 
P. 43^1 



Loath 



A. iro,706 

P. 34/11 



Sleaford . 

A. 131 ,777 
?. M,91» 



Spalding • 

A. 80,471 
P. M,WO 



SjiM'sby . 

A. 140,909 
P. a8,7W 



Stainfo4. • • 37 
.A. 52358 
P. 18,213 



Middlesex: 

Betha»l Green 

A. 700 

~ P. 105,101 



Btdntford 

A. M705 
P. S0|S34 



Tui H. 



94 15 



WJ 



M. 



10 M.f. 



M.f. 



Th.f 



W, 



H. 



H. 



Ttt. I 



W. 



Chairmea 

and 

Viee-ChainBen. 



H. M 



24 



CI-, H. Lenton, Horn- 
castle 

TV., Williank Gar&t, 
Boston 

CL, J. W. Danby, 
Lincoln 

TV., Artkur Henry 
L. Melrille (Bank), 
Branston> Lincoln 



CLf J. W. Wilson, 

Loath 
TV., Williank Garfit, 

Louth 



Cf.» E. Clements, 
Sleaford 

TV., Willunson Pen- 
cock, Sleaford 



CL, A. Haples, Spal- 

dinpf 
Att. CL, A. Maples, 

jon. 
rr., ThAmas Garfit, 

Boston 
C/., G.Walker, Spilsby 
Tr„ William Gar&t, 
jon^Banter^pilsby 



CA, J. Clapton, Stam- 
ford 

TV., George Cayjey 
(Banker,) Stamford 



CA, W. T. Howard, 

Bishop'S'road, Vic- 
toria Park, N. E. 
TV., Thomas Windle 
(London and West- 
mi ntter Bk.), White- 
chapel, B. 



M. Elmhirat 
R. C. Armstrong 
R. Searby 



Hon. A. L. MdriUe 
J. Hitchins 
W. Cappe 



J. He* 
J. B. Sbarpley 
ReT. J. P- Far- 



Rot. J. Peacock 
Capt. Paricer 



H. H. Tatam 
Rot. W.Wayet 
T. R. Casowell 



Rer. E. Rawasley 
W. Brerington 
J. Aahlia 



Marq.of&x«t«r,K.G. 
J.H.Fysh 
Rer. W.Wing 



\\ . Howard '. 
W. D. Cdlina 
W.Fox 



CA, William Ruston,hG. C Ashby 

Brentford End, Isle- C* Sunnett 

worth, W. 
TV., Messrs. Twining, 

(B'kers,)S15,Strand, 

W.C. 



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73 



Relieving Officers 

and 

Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



North, J. Chantry, Horn- 
castle — South, J. H.Mean 
well, Coningsby, Horn- 
castle 

Home, H. Holmes, Lincoln 
—South,W. Battle, Wash- 
iugborough, .Lincoln — 
Morth, W. S. Eddison 
Welton, Lincoln 



L,outKVf, R. Flint, Louth— 
North, C. Watmough, 
Fotherby, Louth— ^ot^M, 
T. H. Andrews, Gay Con- 
le-Marsh, Alford 



Billinghay, W. Stennett, 
B illinghay , Sleaford — 
Heckingto/ith. S. Gastle- 
dine,Heck.ing^ton,Sleaford 
-Sleaford, T. J. Tomlin- 
son, Sleaford 

Spalding, E.f^torrJSp3Aiing— 
Vosberton, J. H. Brum- 
mitt, Surfleet, Spalding— 
Deeping Saint Nicholas, 
J. Owen, Deeping Saint 
Nicholas, Spalding 

Alford, J. Parkinson, Alford 
^Spilsby, E. Gash, Spilsby 



The Union, F. RoUinson, 
Stamford 



No. ,1, S. Sadler, 16, Bonners 
i Road, Bethnal Green, N.E. 
—No. % R. Arnott, 43, St. 
Peter Street, Bethnal 
Green, N.E. — A^o. 3, R. 
Priugle,ig9,BethnalGreen 
Road, N.E. 

Eastern (and Paying OJi- 
cer^, W.Jones, Ealing, W". 
-^Central, W.Ashfield,01d 
Brentford , W. — Western , 
T. D. Joues, HounsloWfW. 



J. Hadden, J. D. Ba 
ker, A. E. Boulton, 
W. Ward, M.D., H. 
George, C.H. Roberts 

G. W. Glasier, H. 
Raiubird, W. Smith 
W. Bower, J. D. 
Wrangham, M. S. 
Barton, E. F. Broad 
bent, S. Farrow, H. 
Branthwaite,S.Lowe 

W. Fawssett, J. D. Ba- 
ker, T. James ,W. C. 
Calthrop,T.W.Bogg, 

F. S. Tate, J. Hem- 
brough, E. Watson, 
W. Anderson, W.D. 
Ditchett 

E.M. Thompson, G. J. 
Blassou, C. S. Smitli 

G. Grewcock, J. Be- 
ford, F. F. Eaton, H. 
S. Mackeson 

B. Morris. M.D.,H.T 
StiIes,M.D.,T.Stiles, 
H.Morris, E.W.Jol- 
lye, E. C. Anderson, 
W. B. Deacon. J. 
Bum 

J. Thimbleby. J. W. 
Walker,T.A.Hands- 
ley, J.Smith, J.Johu- 
son, B. Reckitt, P. 
Maxwell 

J. M. Heward, F.South- 
am, F. J. Morgan, J. 
Kelley. W. E. Robbs 



J. G. Defriez, F. J. 
Burgess, J. E. Mas- 
singhara, G. Welch, 
C. C. Uichards, B. B. 
Lyel, W. H. Bro- 
th erton 



T. Francis, F. C. Dods- 
worth. J. Williams, 
J. Goodchild, J. G. 
Mackinlay, M.D., J. 
C. T.Nicoll, J. Chap- 
man, T. Litchfield 



J. Holm«0, Homc«at]« 
Rev. E. M. Chapman 
W. Ward, M.D. (M.O.) 
G, Kemp, C. 3 | L»l, Clarke 
J. Green, St. Pete^ in East- 
gate, Lincoln 
Rev. A. F. Padley, Lincoln 
E. P. Broadbent (M.O.) 
Caleb Shaw, C. 2 
Eliza Shaw, C. 3 

J. Castledine, Louth 
Rev. A. S. Wilde, Loath 
W. D. Ditchett (M.O.) 
Henry Hare 
Rebecca Smith 



J. Morris, New Sleaford 
Rev. R. Yerburgh 
J. Be ford (M.O.) 
Frederick H. Read, Pr. 1 
Elizabeth A. Goddard, Pr. 1 

G. Craven, Spalding 
Rev. M. Sisson, Spalding 
E. Morris, M.D. (M.O.) 
George C, Bimrose 
t'llen J. Sisson, Pr. 1 

P. Newbould, Hundleby, 

Spilsby 

Rev. C. G. Ridley, Spilsby 
J. W. Walker (M.O.) 
John Ironmonger 
Emma Pares, Pr. 
J. W. Kirby, St. Martin's, 

Stamford 
Bev.E.H.Everett,Stamford 
J. M. Heward (M.O.) 
Thomas fV.S.Loweth,FT. I 
Mary A. Greenwood, C. 2 
W. Wakelin, Bonner's Hall 

Field, BethnalGreen, N.E. 
Rev. T. Peckston 
J. Smart (M.O.) 
E. J. Adams (M.O.) 
Elizabeth Lewis, Pr. 1 



J. R. Brown, Isleworth, W. 

Kev. W. Lonsdale 

J. G. Mackit.lay, M.D.(M.O.) 

George West 

Frances Cripps, C. I 



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74 THB UNION, PABI8H, AND BOARD OP HBALTH OPFICBR8 



Counties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in ISfil 






-^ '5 Clerks and Treasurers. 



Chairmen 
and 

Vice-Chairmen, 



MlDDLESEX-can. 
Chelsea . 

A. 865 
P. 03,439 



*CIerkenw6U,St. 
James 

A. 380 
P. 05^1 



Edmonton 

A. 40,607 
P. 59,313 



FuUiam . 

A. 4,1.55 
P. 40,058 



Geaaf^,St,Han- 
OFer-sqaare 
A. l,I6J 
P. 87,771 



George, "St., in 
the ^ast 

A. 243 
P. 48391 



*6ne8,St.,inthe 
Fields, and St. 
Oeorge,Blooms- 
Iniry 

A. 245 
P. 54.076 
Hackney . 

A. 3,029 
P. 83,295 



Hampstead 

A. 2,2.52 
P. 19,106 



W. 



Tu. 



24 W. 



Th. 



W.f 



P. 



W. 



Th 



L ae 



CA, W. Miller, Work- 
house, Cbelsea,S.W. 

TV.Cb arlesHopkinson , 
3,Regent-st.,IjondoD, 
S.W. 

«.,E. Scargill,Work- 
house.Farringdon-rdj 
Clerkenwell, E.C.t 

TV., Frederick Willis, 
39,PentonTille-road, 
N. 

Ct.» W. Pulley, Ed- 
monton, N. 

TV*., Robert Nicholas 
Fowler, (Banker,) 
50, Comhill, City, 
E.C. 

C^.,T.A.Marsh,Work-| 

house. Hammer^ 

smith, W. 

TV., C. C. Hopkinson 

(Hopkinson&KnyTet), 

3, Regent-st., S.W. 
C/., T. B. ChappeU, 
Mount-street, Gros- 
▼enor-sqaare, W, 
7V.,Frederick Thomas 
Drummond(Bauker), 
Charing Cross, S.W. 

C/., T.Stone, 6, Well- 
dose-square, E. 

Ass. CI., J. Gill, 6, 
Wellclose-square, £. 

TV., William Stutfield, 
139, St. George-st., 
Ratdiff-highway, E. 



T. Symons 
J. Fistier 
J. N. Harrison 



R. Nunn 
F. W. Willcocks 



£.T.Bnsk 
R. Richmond 



J. C. Swail 

J.Curtis 



H. H. Seymour 
Lord F. FiuRoy 



J. Fraxer 
T. Barrett 



26 



CI. J. Robin8on,(Veat. 
CI.), Broad-st., St. 
Giles, W.Cll 

TV., London and West- 
minster Bank, High 
Hoiboru, W.C 

C/.,J. Stanton, Homer- 
ton, N.E. 

TV.,Bankof Engltud, 
E C 

[stead, N.W. 

Cl-t T. Toller, Harop- 

TV., Joseph Hoare, 
(Banker,) 62, Lom- 
bard-st.. City, E.C 



Rector of St. Giles 

or 
Rector of St. George 
Admiral Bamett 



W. Turner 
T. J. Parker 
P. Thomson 



Rer. J. Ayre 
J. HarshaU 



* Under Ix)cal Aci. f 
t Clerk to the Guardians 



First and third Tuesdays in erery monlii. H Directors of the Poor, 
or GoTemors of the Poor ^^ ^^ ^ GoOglc 



POCKBT ALMANAC AND GUIDB. 



75 



Relieying Officers and 
. Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Ctiaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers, 



North, W. T. TublM, 32, 
Wellington Square, Chel- 
sea, S.W. — South, J. 
Wright, 155, King's-i-oad, 
Chelsea, S.W. 

W. Cfaristey, Workhouse, 
Farringdon-Toad, Clerken- 
well, N. 



Nb.l ,T.Pugh,3, Prospect-place, 
Edmonton, N. — Et0dtL J. 

Coomes,EnfieId,N Cheshuni 

E.Meredith,Tumer*s.hl, ChesI 
hunt, ^.—WaUham AlOtey' 3 , 
Pegrum, Waltham Ab., N. - 
Hornsey 8[ Highgate, J. Farr, 
Highgate, N. 

No.X/n- Ft«Mam,R. A.Btirck, 
Fulham, S.W.— iVo. 2, or 
Hammersmith, W. P. Hal 
sey, Albion Road, Ham- 
mersmith, W. 



C. J. Morris, R. N. Cob- 
bett, J. Cresswel], W. 
Hall,4i. Hands, G. H. 
Betts, A. Priest, J. 
Beaumont, C. Godson, 
W. F. A. Rawlins, J. 
Collyer, M. C. Dukes 

T.Oodricb, B.E.SpauU, 
F.Egan,F.W.Spur- 
gin> A. Hnnt 



G. Badderly, Mount-street, 
Oroarenor-square, W. 



The Parish, V.T.Coombes, J.S.Belcher, J.W.Kay, 



17, St. OeoTge's-pIaoe, E. ; 
W. Rolstou, 20, Dean> 
street, ^.^Assistant, W. 
Allison, Old Gravel-lane, 
E. 



P. Riley, J. Rntben, and J. 
Mitchell, Shorfa^rdens, 
W.C. 



M. Ward, T. Keen, G, 
Brown, W.Blundell 



W.T.Hpdson, E. God 
dard,E. Dyer, H.A. 
Rawlin'i 



B. S. Synoes, M.D., T, 
Griffiths, M.D., W 
Bloxam, M. D., £. 
L. Webb, M.D. 



G. T. W. Mugliston, 
R. W. Lammiman, 
M. B. Garrett 



W.Beiin«tt,H.BuUock, 
W.McDermott,M.D. 



First, C.J. Dalton, 3, Slarke's 
Cottages, Upper Clapton 
N.B.— ifeco/uf, R. W.Tom- 
Una, 53, Loddigo Road, 
Hackney, N.E. 
\The Parish, a Weekley, 
New End, Hampatead.N. 



J.Gibbons, St.Luke, Chelsea 

S.W. 
Rev. Dr. Wilson 
T. Dickinson (M.O.) 

[Clerkenwell, N. 
A.Thomp8on,Farringdon-rd, 
School for Children, College 
House, Highgate-hill, N. 
Rev. R. Maguire (gratui- 
H. J. Brown (M.O.)[/o«j/y) 
Henry Lee | S. G. Jurmond 
J. Adlington, Edmonton, N 
C. Tye, Enfield, N. 
Rer.C.Jealfreson 
C. J. Morris (M.O.) 
J. Collyer (M.O.) 
Charles Tye 
Jane A. Tye 

H. M. Rowe, Fulham, S.W 
Rev. W. Nerval 
C. Andrews, M.D. (M.O.) 
Elix, Haskurd, Pr. 1 



G. Cole, Mount-street, 
• Grosvenor Square, W. 
J. Badderly, Little Chelsea 
Rev. T. Davis 
E.S.Syme8,M.D.,W.Bloxam, 
M.D., P. Godrioh (M.O.) 
G. Waterman, JaheHarriei 
J. Hughes, Charles Street, 
Old Gravel U.,£. [st., B. 
Rev. G.H. McGill, Watney- 
F.E. Price ,School,na8lietiB. 
Rev. W. M. Laae 
J. S. Belcher (M.O.) 
E. Connor \ James Gill 
Mary Lazenby 
E.E.Afpleby \ R.Sandford 
>i i. Banklcy, Vinegar-yard, St. Gile» 
' R«v.J.Swayne,16,Gt.Coram- 
Mis8Simmon8,He8toa [street 
Rev.M.Richard8, Isiewo^h, 
W. Bennett (M.O.) Jw. 
^ « r -^'^-^^'Act* I L.AdamJV.'E 

G.H.T.JarTis, J.yinal], G.G.iohnson, St. John, Hack! 



1«7 



!lao 



537 



R. R. Welch, J. 
Symons, M J>., B. C. 
Stimmen 

W. H. Cook 



Rev. T. A. Purdy, Poplar, E. 
G.C. Millar, M.D.<M.O.) 
X,. M. Clarke 

E. EHiott, HampjBtead,N.W 
Rev. G. A. Herlllots, Frog- 

nal, Hampstead. N.W. 
W.H.Cook(M.O.) 

Digitized by VjOOgl^ 



950 



010 

IT'O 
260 



76 THE UKION, PARISH, AWD BOARD OF HEALTH OFFICERS* 



Coantie» & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in 1861. 



•o s 
a. 2 



S 



1^ 

or 



Clerks aad Treasurers. 



Chainacii 

and 
Vice-Chainnen. 



MIDDLESEX 

Hendon . 

A. 32,767 
P. V^^tM 



Holbom . 

A. 1«4 
P. 44,252 



ItHngtoB, St. 
Mary 

A. 3,127 
P. 155,341 



•JaiDes,St.,West- 
luioater 

A. 164 
P. 3S;iS6 



KeMingtoii 

A. 1,M2 
P. 70,108 



Lordon, City of 
A. . 434 
P. 45,5M 



A, 153 

F.4»|0B7 



» 18 



21 



13 



Tb.l 



08101 



XmiaoD.WMl 
A. m 
P.»M0r 



-110 



F.t 



C. 



Th. 



T^ 



W. 



To. 



(II) 



27 



25 



25 



CI., W. S. Tootel], 

£dffeware,N.W. 
TV., William S. Higr- 

ley, London and 
Westmintiter Bank, 
Lotbbury, £. C. 
Cl.» £• W. James. 23, 
£ly-place, Holbom, 
E.C. 

Tr., Luke R. Sykes 
(London andCoonty 
fianl). High Hol- 
bom, W.C. 

C'/.,W.Hick«,PaTOchial 
Offices, Lirerpool- 
road, Islington, N* 

TV., Richard £«rrett 
(National and Pro- 
TiucialBank of Eng^ 
land), 173, Upprt- 
street, Idington, N. 

Cl.f 6. Buzsard, 50, 
Poland -81.,$ Ox- 
ford-st., W. 

TV. , JamesWalterWel- 
don, London & West 
minster Bank, St. 
James's-sq., S.W. 

CI., S. Coriien, 16, 
Whitehead's-grore, 
Chelsea 

7V.Jlich.Twining,215, 
Strand, W.C. 

CI., J. Bowring, 51, 
St. Mary Axe, E. C. 

As.Cis., A. F. Hay. F. 
W.Crane, J. Barrett, 
J. F. K. Hughes, 
5l3t.MaryAxe,E.C. 

TV., Samuel George 
Smith, 1, Lombard- 
street, City, E. C. 

VI., A. J. Baylis, 1, 
Devonshire-sq.N.E. 

il5.C/.,H.Ghapman, 1, 
Dey<m8hire<4q. N . E. 

TV,, Wm. Bird, London 
Joint Stock Bank, 
Prince's-street, B.C. 

CI., 3. Pontifex, St. 
Andrew's-conrt, Hol- 
bom, E. C. 

As. C/.,W. Chambers 

TV.,JohnBeatti«,Union| 

Bk.,Chancprv-ln.,W.cJ 



D. W. Soamcs 
T. Sneesana 
J. S. Baker 



J. S. HopwMd 
E. logs 



W. Harvey 
J. B. Priee 



W. Bart 
R. Drake 



ArchdeaconSinclair 
J. T. Wilkins 



Alderman Abbiss 
E. R. Rigby , 
R. E. Wanriek 



G. Cuthbert 
T. S. Owden 



S. P. Colman 
J. W.Butttvworth 



• Under Local Acta. 
I Clerk to the OoTonon 



f And General Meethiffs on fint We^eiday £» ertry bmiUL 
»d Dirwrton of the Poor, ^.g,,^^, .^ GoOglc 



POCKET ALMANAC AND GUIDE. 



77 



Relienng Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers; 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers, 



a 



ffarr9»,'E, R. Judd, Sad- p. p. Bowcn, G 
Il^'T; ^'^^—^gettfare, \ W. MuUar, M.D., T 



W, Preeman, Edgeware. 



The Unien, H. N. Andenon, 
Workhouse, Little Gray's 
Inn-laue, TV. C— Assistant, 
J. Storey, Workhouse, 
Little Gray's Inn -lane, 
W.C, 

The ParUh,'W. H.Messer, 
38, Arlington-street, Is- 
lington, N.— Am. do., T. 
Powell, 7, Park-place, Is- 
lington, N., A. R. Hoe, 11, 
Blmore-street, Islington, 
N. 

/. Dore, S. G. Tctt, and J. 
Smith, Workhouse, Po- 
land-street, Oxford-street, 



North, H. BIackwe11,10,Hol 
land-st. Kensington, W.— 
South, U. Edmonds, 47, 
Pembroke - square, Ken- 
sington, W, 

IVest, W. Batting, 16, Bon 
Terie-street, Fleet-st. E.C, 
—East, CGraham, 10,Lon 
don Wall, E. C — Casual 
Relieving Officer,,^, Cutts 



Hewlett, 7. Growse, 
H.KeIly,W.Blasson, 
6. B. Irring - 

A.T. Roberts, R. Cuff, 
J. R. Gibson 



J.R.DonaId,A.D.Har. 
ston, J. Greenwood, 
M.D.,H.G.Shea,M.D., 
T. Cotton, M.D., J, 
T. Slater, M.D., A 
Simpeon. M.D., D. 
Turner— Z>i5DCTwer,& 
Rule 

J. G. French, D. C. 
Noel, M.D. 



ISO 
190 



71« 



J. B. Guazzsroti, F. 
Godrich, C. M. Frost 



J. Elliott, F, G. Brown, 
M.D., T. II. Humph- 
reys 



No, I, J. Baddenoch, 
6, Bunhill-row, Saint 
Luke's, E.C— JVb. J, W. 0. 
Hollands, 9, Blomfield- 
street, E.C. 



C. Hogg, M.D., H. 
Hadlow, R. Fowler, 
M.D., J. W. Mason, 
M.D. 



The Union, J. c- We6b,M, S. C. Reed, F.W. Wil 
Charterhouse Lane, B.C. 
—Auist.RelUving Offictr, 
T. P. Parker, M, Charter, 
house-lane, B.C. 



[ware, N. W, 
W.8eamau,Red Hill, Edg 
E. J. Marlow, Edgware 
Rev. A. G. Pembertou 
W. Blasson (M.O.) 
H, CoUyer, C. 3 
Eliza Colly tr, Pr. 1 
W.Prancis, Gray'slun-lane, 

Holbom, W. C, 
Rev. J. Mould 
J. Norton (M.O.) 
Henry J. Press, Pr. 1 
Jane Burrell, Efi'. 3 

G. Sustins, Liverpool-road, 
Islmgton, JV. (road 

Industrial School, Hornsey- 
Rev. M. C. Shadgett 
J. R. Ede (M.O.) 
James Cornish, C, 1 
Jessie Henderson, C.3 



J. J. Mackay, Poland-street, 
Oxford Street, fV. 

Rer. P. S. Duval 

J. G. French (M.O.) 

G.Heblethwaite.School^sA- 
tersea Common, S. W, 

R. Roberts \ S. Roberts 

H.Blackwell. Kensington, 453 
W. 

Rev. G. Frost, 28. Kensing- 
ton Square, W, 

J. B. Guazzaroni (M.O.) 

John Sanders, Bow-road, 1,010 I 
Mile End, E. 

Rer. P. Prescibtt, G, Gardi- 
ner's-terrace,Bow-road,£^. 

C. H. Buncombe (M.O.) 



G. Workman, Homerton> 
N,E, 

Rev. W.Holmes, 39, Harro- 
gate Road,South Hackney, 

N.E. ^ 

B. Clarke (M.O.) 



6. E. PhiUips.HolIoway,N. 
Rev. R.R. Knott 
S. J. Burt (M.O.) 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



78 THE UNION, PAKISH, AND BOAUD OF HEALTH OFFICERS* 



Counties & Unions, 

Area in Acre«. 

and 

Population in 1861. 



2;2 






MlOOLESEX-c<>«. I 

•Luke, St., Mid- \ 1^ 48 
dlesex 

A. WO 
P. 57,073 

Margaret, St., I 2^ 16 
and St. John, 
Westminster 

A. 917 

P. 68,313 



Martin, St.. in 
the Fields 
A. 305 
P. 22,68© 

Marylebone, St. 
A. . 1,50» 
p. 161,680 



Mile End Old 
Town 

A. 681 
P. 73,06« 



Paddington 

A. 1.335 
P. 75,866 



1 24 






Th.t 



Th 



II 



19 



1 18 38 



Tli. I. 



Pancras, St. . 1 
A. 3,7 16 
P. 198,788 



Poplar 

A. 2,918 



Shoreditcli,St. 

Leonard 
*■ A. 646 
P. 129,364 



Staisea 

A. 94,881 
P. 15,976 



18 



3 15 



Clerks and Treasurers. 



\% 



Th. 



Cls.j J. Parson an4 W. J. Havris 

W. Hayne, Work- R Stiff 

house, City-rd^.C.t 
7r.,Wm.Saxnl. Deacon, 

Birchin Lane, £.C. 
CI., E. Spooner, 

Workhouse, Petty 

France, Westmin- 
ster, S. W. 
Tr., Rohert RnthTcn 

Pym, W. Branch of 

Bank of Englamd, 

Burlington-gardens 
a.f W. B. West, 44, Cas- 

tle-st., Leicester-sq. 
Js*. a,, A. F. Hay 
Tr., Philip Pleydell Bon- 

verie, M.P., 1, Fall^ 

Mall EMt, S.fy. 
Ci., J. Bedford, Work- 

house, Northumber 

laod-st., W, 
Tr., Samuel Scott, 

Cavendish-sq., ff. 



Chajnneii 

and 
Yiee-Cbainnen,. 



J. G. Talbot 
Hon. A. Ponsonby 



R. Cobbett 
W. H. Baltos 
W. Goodchiia 



Appointed at eaeh 
meeting 



Tu. L 



W. 



Tn.l K. 



C/., E. J. Southwell, 
Bancroft-road, N.E. 

Tr., Thomas Windle, 
130, High-st-, White- 
chapel, £. 

Ci., H. Areling, Work 

house,Paddinirton,7F 

TV.JohnHaiTeyLtwis, 

M.P., National Bank, 

Paddington, W. 

C/.,J.Moore,Vestry Of- 

fices,KingVTd..JV. W. 

Tr., Charles Reeire, 

London aad Wett< 

minster BaDk,Hijth 

Holborn, W.C. 

CLi J. R. Collins, 

Poplar, E\ 
Tr., Philip Patton 
Blyth(Lon.&Co.Bk.); 
I Lombard-street, B.C. 
Ci., W. Nightingale, 
Workhousei Kings- 
land-road, N. E. 
Tr. , James Rt. Anning, 
(Lon.& County Bank), 
187,Shoi-editch,JV.I?. 
Ci., R. H. Home, 

Staines 
TV., Skidmore Ashby, 
(Banker.) Staines 



D. MuBro 
C. Rose, M.D. 
/. Patten j 



F. J. Prescott 
W. Go^lett 



W. H. Wyatt 
J. R. Coflina 
R. Fumisa 



W. Hickson 
I. Barringcr 
J. T.Gibbs 



J. Owen 
J. Warren 



R. Waekly] 



• I«c»IAet. 
SCIsikstethsai 



f Hmj ThondajTj^d also first WsdnMiUjr la tvsty 
«flh«F«or. * 



POCKET ALHANAC AND GUIDE. 



79 



Relieving Officers and 
Districu. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Woriihouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers, 



5 



Tfie Parish^ 



W. Goliis, C. Nicholson, and 
H. HoUoway, Workhouse, 
York street, Westminster, 
S.W. 



R. Brace, E. N. Sison, 
i.R. Pottle, W. P 
Cullen — J^Lfpenser, 
W. New 

J. White, J. Hant, 
T. O. Dudfield,M.D. 



The PariMh, J. Bowtoan, 22,1/. Leonard, J. J. Skcgg 
Oxendon-street, Leicester- 
square, W.C. 



A «/ r_u . „» .» G. B.Baker, A. El- 
kins, M.D., J. R. A. 
Douglas, M. Thomas 



Om««aterraoe. St. John'*, wood, 
N.W.; 3rd, G. Orertoa. 10, arors- 
plaee, LiMon-^rove, N-W.; uh, 
D. Cooper, 27, Orove*|>lace, LU- 

•OO-fTOTe, " '" 



?N>r 



Bast» J. B. Slight, Alder- 
ney-road, ^—West, J. C. 
Radenhurst, 34,Qaeen-at, 
Stepney, E. . _ 



Northern, J. Wilms-f 
hurst, 24, Ci^rlton-ter- 
race, Harrow-rd., W.— 
Southern, G. Harttree. 6, 
WiDdsor-p].,PaddiDgton,W 

ATo. 1, J. Tislay, Milton Hall, 
Hawl«y.eiwweiit, N.W.— iVo. «, 
F. Moon, Mttton-haU, Hftwley- 

craMent, N.W V*. 8, T. N. 

OoombM. Grafton Hall, Grafton- 
rtreet, W.O.— No. 4, J. Wright. 
Jertry Hall, St. Pancrw-road, 

South, J. J. Delany, Oxford-Urrace, 
Oubltt I m.,K^f-rasterM,QMKniM[ 
Poplar, B.—Weslerti.Vf. B. Fo»- 
ter,Kast India-road, Por)lar,E.— 
North, *, a. Sprmley, OaaipbeU 
Bold, Bromley, B. 



North, S. Andrews, |2, LiTermore- 
[plaoe, Dalston, ISfJLSouth, B. 
T. Brown, 89, Vew Vorth-road, 



v.— Pay Clerk, O. WelMfcer, 43, 
Hanaaa-street, Kiagtiand-road, 

jN.B. 



7%e Union, W. H. Jacob, 
Felthaos, Hounslow, W. 



H. G. Robinson, i. 
Stephenson — i7if- 
penser, H. Harman 



R. Harper, S. Norway| 



J. Thompson, M.D., S. 
H. Knaggs, T. Har- 
ley,C. G.Claremont, 
W, Saul, M.D., T. 
M. Harding — Dis- 
penser, £. Daniells 

W.P. Bain, H. S. Gale, 
J. P. Cooper, H..V. 
Carman, J. Sarjant 



J.G.Griffith, M.Greea- 
wood, P. L. Bur«hell, 
T. P. Collier, T. 
Leonard, R. U. 
Wallace, G. Butler 

H. Bullock,L.F. Lundy, 
F. Curtis. J. H.Brox- 
holm, A. J. Southey 



H. Legg, City-road, E.G. 

No Chaplain 

H. C. Harris (M.O.) 

[Westminster, S. W, 
W. R.Morley, Petty France, 
B. Hoare, Kensington, W. 
Rev.C.Braddy, Petty France 
RjBv.W. A. W. H. Brunton 

(M.0> 
T. O. Dudfield (M.O.) 



G. Heslop, Castle-street, 

Leicester-square, W.C. 
Rev. F. W. Russell 
J. J. Skegg (M.O.) 

[land St., W. 
6. E. Doaglas, Northumber- 
Rev. A. J. Buss 
J. Randall, M.D. (M.O.) 
SoutbaU School, J. Paton 
TM.Kerswell \ A.Robertson 
ElizaA .Lucas^\JuliaC.Mott 
W. McDonald, Mile End 
Old Town, E. [Bow, E 
Rev. R. Par n ell 
J. Stephenson (M.O.) 
M. E. Rirhardt, Children's Eslb. 
Ed.H. Bucke ridge £ff. 2 iMiU End 
Rachel Finley,C. 3 [O.T. 

D. Corniack.Paddington, W. 
Rev. C. Stuart, Workhouse 
R. E. Gaye (M.O.) 
Henry Darkes, Eflf. 3 
Elizabeth Wyatt, C. 2 
G. Blake, King's-road, St. 

Pancrasroad, N.W. 
Rev. S. Buss, Workhouse, 

King's Road, N.W. 
W. H. Piatt (M.O.) 
J.R. Perkins (M.O.) 
J. Speed, High St. Poplar, E. 
Rev. R. C. Vaughan, East 
India Road, Poplar, E. 
T. Gray (M.O.) 

[N.E 
G. Painter, Kiugsland-road, 
F. Deniiig, Brentwood 
Revs S. Smyth & Dr. English 
J.Claike,J.H.Morri8on(M.O.) 
J.Sklp\ey,S.George,M.Bith' 
ray,G. lf^^Patmore,M.Loder 
J. T. Saiinderjj, Stanwell 
Rev. C. W. Parse 
F. Curtis (M.O.) 
T. F. Pallett I J.K. Pftge 



Digitized 



byGoogk 



} THB UNION, PARISH, AND BOARD OP HEALTH OPPICBRS' 



oanties & (JnioDS, 
Area in Acres. 

and 
'bpulation in 1861. 






to 



3.2 



Clerks and Treasurers, 



Chairmen and 
Vice-Chairmea 



llDDLESEX-c^n. 

Scepney . « 
A. 576 
P. 56,572 



Strand, The . 
A. 167 
P. 42,698 



Uxbridge . 

A. 254KI6 
P. 23,155 



Whitechapel . 
A. 406 
P. 78,187 



Konmoutli- 
slitre ! 

Abergavenny . 
A. 60,178 
P. 19,527 

Bedwellty 

A. 27,008 
P. 47,565 



Chepstow . 40 

A. 81,255 
P. 17,941 



Monmouth . 34 
A. 101,791 
P. 30,244 



42 



Tb. 



Ttt. 



12 F.f.» K. 



Ta.f 



Th.f 



8 Th.f 



S. 



20 S. f. 



rj. 



27 



15 



C/., W. H. Swepstone, 
Ratcliffe, E. 

As. CL, S. A. Lewis; 

TV., William Bird, 
London Joint Stock 
Bank, 8, Princes- 
street, City, B.C. 



CLfJus. Kilner,63ow- 
St., CoTent Garden 

w.a — Asst. a., 

W. Gough 
TV., Richard Twiging^, 
215, Strand, W. C. 



CL C. Woodbridge» 

Uxbridge 
TV., Samnel Hull, 

(Banker,) Uxbridge 

a., • , Work- 

house, Charles-st., 
Whttechapel-rd. ,E. 

TV., Thomas Windle, 
i30,High-8t., White- 
chapel, E. 



[garenny 
C/.,W.F.Batt,Aber. 
TV., Philip Williams, 
Abei^avenny 

CI, R. Waters, Trede- 
gar, Monmouth 

TV., George Harrby, 
Tredegar,H«nmouth 

a., W. Cooper, Chep. 
stow 

TV., Stanly Callyghan, 
Old Bank, Chepstow 

Ci.,E. Richards, Mon- 
mouth 

TV., Thomas Gratrex, 
(Banker,) Newport, 
Monmouth 



G. Wilkinson 
W. Barringer 



J. Charrington 
T. B. Sp«noe 



D. Rntter 
C. Webster 



T. Bmslifield 
T. CraTen 



T. Watkins 

C. Daries 
P. Morgan 

R. Johnson 
J. Reed 
W. Bevan 

W. A. Seys 

D. Baker 



S. R. BoMD^aet 
Capt. G. 6. Tyler 



Digitized by V^OOQ IC 



POCKET ALMANAC AND GUIDE. 



81 



fteMevitv Officers and 
Districcs. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



PirsS^ E. S. Neagle, 7, CJe- T. H. Dilworth, G. A, 
nence-st., Limehoiue, E: Rogers.W. Fowler— 
— Second, W. Drew, 79,' J}lspensers,B„Rueg 
Bromley-street, Commer- and J. Spencer 
eial-roaA, JE,^ Third, H.l 
Simmons, M,Cotton-9treet, 
E.— l««f . rf«r«,W.Parson8 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officera, and Teachers. 



K». L, i. S. Lockhart, 6, 
Bow-street, Corent Gar- 
den, W^C.—No. 2, P. 
Wright, ^ Bow^treet, 
Corent-garden, W.C, 



The Union, P. Stockwell, 
New Hillingdon,Uxbridge 



J. Welch, B. Brookes, 
H. Jones 



J.Stilwell,H.E.C.Kelly 
M.D.,G.Codd,P. W, 
Isherwood. T. Rey- 
nolds 

£. Richardson, S. 
Swyer, J . S.Sequeira, 



Dispensers, C. Ben- 
nett and H. Surety 



North, J. Pindlater, 16, 
Princes-street, Spitalfields, 
JV.B.—South, R. L. Stor- 
terant, Whitechapel, E. 
—Assistants, H. Harris, 
S,Buxton-8treet, Mile End 
New Town, E. ; and J^ 
Eres, 13, East Mount-ter- 
r aoe,Whitechapel-road, E. 



Itt, J. lewis, Abergavenny M. W. Hansby, R. 
--Ind, W. Lewis, Gorilon, Steel 
Abergarenny 

Aberystruth, H. Phillips, J. D. James, L. Red- 

Nantyglo, Tredegar, Mon- wood, A. Brewer, 

movit^—BedweUty, J. Ha- J. H. Soper, T. G. 

▼ard, Tredegar, Monmouth Anthony 

Lydney, W. Paicker, Wolas- E. P. King, A. G. 

ton, CheieBV—ShirenewtonJ^ Lawrence, W. J. S. 

J. White, Newchurch East,! Tackwell,J.Audland 

Chepstow— CAep^^otr;, S. G.[ 

Watkias3t. Arrans.Chepst. 

JVe. 1, er Cole/ord, A. Ste- 'j. M. WooUett, J. Hat- 
phens, Coleford— JVo.a, or ton, M.D., J. Lane, 
Monmouth, W. Roberts, J. Audland, O. 
Monmouth— A'o.3,or 7Ve^ Andrews, M.D. 
ieek,G .Giddings,Llangat- 
tock Vn» Are!, Monmonth 



E. S. Parker, Bromley 
Rev. C. H. Carr 
A. Moseley, Limehouse, E. 
Rev. E. Day, Limehouse,^. 
J. S. Hawkins (M.O.) 
Alfred Mosely, Eff. 1 
G. Varnjleld, Eff. 3 
Ellen E, Wilcox, Eff. 2 
Jane Varnfield, C. 3 

[FitKroy-«q., W. 
^T. Thome, Cleveland-street, 
J. B. Soell, Edmonton, N, 
Rev.G. Akehurst 
Rev.S. B. Lobb 

J. Sogers (M.O.) 
G. L. Linnell. Eff. S 
James Dexter, Eff. 3. 
Charlotte LinnelL Eff. 1 

5amA^.H«,*,Eflls.^Uxbridge 
W. Weekley, Hillingdon, 
Rev. C. P. Price, Uxbridge 
W. E. Rayner (M.O ) 
C Foreman | S. Bi/tfiham 
[Whitechapel, E. 
C. H. Mayer, Charles-Htreet, 
Rev.G.Eaitman, East Side,B«tbi]ai 
Green, N,E, 



A. M.Champneys^ Re^S?' G.* Pool*., 85, Iduchant- 



street. Bow-road, E. 
A. M. Champneys (M.O.) 
£. Richardson (M.O.) 
J.Bamett, Industrial School, 
Forest-lane, West Ham,£'. 
T. J. Vallanee (M.O.) 
Thos. Langford, Thos, Rosier, 
JohnGregory^HarrietPerfect, 
C. 2, Jane John>,ton, Frances 
Ellen BuUeny EUen Booth 

F. Morgan^ Abergavenny 
Rev.H.Peake,Abergavenny 
M.W. Han8by(M.O.) 
Margaret T. Bevan, Eff. 3 
T. Lloyd,- Tredegar, Mon- 
Rev. E. Leigh [mouthi 

T. G. Anthony (M.O.) 
Elizabeth Evans, Pr. 2 
W. White, Chepstow 
Rev. G. Jones, Chapel-hill, 
Chepstow 
E. P. King (M.O.) 
Anne P. Alder 
W. Pearce, Monmoiiih 
Rev. G. M. Roberts, Mon- 
mouth 
J. M. Woollett (M.O.) 
Mary A. Jones, Pr. 3 



"vrm 



yGoQgl 



858 



621 



000 
200 



230 



370 



803 



208 



I 8 



82 THE UNION, PARISH, AND BOARD OF HEALTH OFFICERS' 



Counties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in 18G1 



c: L^ be 






Clerks and Treasurers. 



Chairmea 

and 

Vice- Chair men. 



MONMOUTHSH.-cn. 
Newport . 

A. 110,255 
P. 51,413 



PoDtypool 

A. 51,429 
P. 30,288 

Norfolk: 

Aylsham . 

A. 08,123 
P. 10,052 



Blofield . . 
A. 44,178 
P. 11,521 



Iff 



32 



*firintoii, Melton 

Constable and 

Burgh Parva 

A. 3,335 

P. 295 

Depwade . 

A. 72,881 
P. 25,248 



Docking^ . 

A. 101,136 
P. 17,589 



Downham 

A. 83,087 
P. 20,204 



43 



37 



pingham 
. A. 00,178 
P. 20^0] 



40 



41 



P. 15 



Th.f 



Tu. 



Tu. 



53 



10 



F. 



D. 



D. 



CI-, W. D. ETans, Lord Tredegar 

Stow Hill, Newport, O. Morgan, M.P. 

Moninouthshire 
TV., Stephen Vernon 

(West of England & 

South Wales District 

Bank), Newport, 

Monmouth 



W 



F. 



D. 



31 



CI., E. B. Edwards, 

Pontypool 
TV., Warwick Henry 

Bastard, (Bank,) 

Pontypool 
CA, W. H. Scott, 

Aylsham 
TV., Thomas Copem an 

(Banker), Aylsham 

CI., W. H. CodUng, 
Blofield 

TV. , Robert John Hai^ 
Tey Harvey (Crown 
Bank), Norwich 



I TV., Josiah Sherring- 
ham. Melton Con- 
stable, Thetford 



CA, J. Hotson, Long 

Stratton— j|«rt. Cl„ 

J. Furness $ 
TV., Henry Birkbeck, 

( Messrs. Gnmeys' 

Bank,) Norwich 
CLf A. Spanton, Hun- 

Stanton, Lynn 
TV., Daniel Gumey, 

(Messrs. Gurneys' 

Bank,) Lynn 

C/.,T. L. Reed, Down- 
ham Market 

TV., Daniel Gumey, 
(Messrs. Gurneys' 
Bank,) Lynn 

CI., J. S. Plumbly, 
Southrepps, Nor- 
wich 

TV., Samuel Gomey 
Buxton, Norwich 



D. E. Partridge 
H. Lewis 



J. Howlett 
R. C. Barker 
R. Ires 



W. H. Jary 
T. Atkins 



nsitor, J. Jarria 



J. L. King 
H. L. Hudson 
G. Barton 



Mi^Harel 
J. W. Howlett 



G.Wood 
W. natt 



RttT. J. Dolphin 
C.W.H.C. Hardy 



* Gilbert's Incorporation. 
I TUs Officsr to 01«rk to the AMtumtnt Come ikttr. 



Guardians of the Poor. 
t Mcedags bcld ftbovt twice aycar. 



! 


POCKET ALHANAC AND OUIDB* 


8 




Il«UeTii« Officers and 


District 






-i 


I 


DiiiCricts. 


Memcal Officers. 


Masters, Chaplains, Medical 


1 






Officers, and Teachers. 


Easttm, H. Waters, Caer- 


W. W. Morgan, D. 


H. Williams, Saint Woollos, 


107 




IcoB, Newport, Monmouth- 


Lewis, T. Limber y. 


Newport, Monmouthshire 






Bhin—fFestemt E. Erant, 


W. J. Davies, J. 


ReT. W. Phillips, Newport, 




1 


Stow Hill, Newport, Mon- 


Llewellyn 


Monmouthshire 




1 


mouthshire — Northern, 




T. Limbery(M.O.) 






W. Edmunds, jun., Bassal- 




J. Bone, School, Caerleon 


156 




leg, Newport, Monmouth- 




WiUiam Jacohs 






8hire--Ce»^a^,W. Flint, 










Newport, Monmouthshire 










TrevethiM, W. Wain wright. 


J. Williams, J. S. 


R. Phillips, Upper Ltan- 


150 




Abersychan, Pontypool— 


Cousins,A.J.Shep- 


vrechTa, Pontypool 






Penteague, J. H. Wain- 


ard 


Re?.W. D. Horwood 






wright, Abersy ohan,Pon ty- 




J.S.Cou«ns(M.O.) 






pool~I79*,W.Jerroms,Usk 




Ann Brouming 






£'yn{fori{,G.St6arman,IUep- 


C. H. Perry, T. Prang- 


W. Starters. Aylsham 


010 




ham, Norwich— i^icxf on. 


ley, P. P. Smith* 


ReT. S. M. Shepheard 






J. Wright, Buxton, Nor- 


T. Alderton, R. K. 


R. K. Morton (M.O.) 






wich 


Morton, T. W. Da- 
mant, H.Taylor 


WaOam Cooper, Pr. 1 
Hannah Hofoiett, Pr. 1 






Eastern, W. Oswald, Acle 


J. T. Jay, R. B. Kidd, 


R. Ripp, Lingwood. Bur- 


MB 




— Western, J. Postle, 


W. H. Cufaude,W. 


lingham St. Andrew 






Blofield 


Guy, M.D. 


ReT.A.F.BeUman,Moalton, 

Acle 
R. B. Ridd(M.O.) 


















Sarah Cross, Pr. 1 






. •• 


J. H. Banks 


, Melton Constablf , 
Thetford 
J. H. Bank« (M.O.) 


M 




Stratton,Q. Crasko, Aslac- 


H. Hardwicke, J. D. 


R. S. Gowen, Polham St 


50C 






Bames,H.F.Howard, 


MaryMagdalen,Harlestan 






G.B. Mann, Dicklebmgh, 


T. H. Barton, J. 


Rot. R. Wegg 






ScoX^—Harleston, R. L. 


Candler, P. R. Rose, 


T. H. Barton (M.O.) 






Bond, Alburgh, Harlestoa 


C. Gameys 


A^f^ed H, Lee 
Martha Hawkes 






Eastern, W. Smith, Bum- 


A.Y. Dennis, R. Flock- 


W.Chinery. Docking, Lynn 


ou 




ham West^ate, Lynn— 


ton, G. Parry, F. 


ReT. H. J. Hare 






Western, R. Wright, Snet- 


Manby 


G. Parry (M.O.) 




f 


tisham, Lynn 




Julia Chinerp 






Downham,^, South, Down- 


T.G.Wales, A.J. ^o 


T. Smith, Downham Mai^ 


9M 




hamMarhot-fn^^enAa//, 


Intosh, F. W. John- 


ket 






6. Paul, Wimbotsham, 


son, W. Cater, H.C. 


ReT.RCK.Bearcroilt 




1 

1 
1 


Downham Market 


B. Steele, J. Hem- 
ming 


T. G. Wales (M.O.) 
Wm,S. eor,C.l 
Charlotte M, Car, Pr. 1 






CrMMTyT. HarrUi Oresham, 


T. Prangley, G. Skrim- 


T. Potter, Beckham Wcat, 


«« 




C«imer-iro<l,R.BHghteo, 


shire, W. Sumpter, 


Holt 






Holt— ^orM WaUham,B, 


J. Cooper, J. Hales, 


ReT. A. D. Spurgla 




( 


S. Plumbly, Soutbreppa, 


J. Sbepheard, E. 


G. Skrimshire (M.O.) 






Norwich 


Prentite 


George YaUop, C. 1 













^4 THE UNION, PARISH^ AND BOARD OF HEALTH OFFICERS* 



Counties & Unions, 

Area ia Acres, 

and 

Population in 1861. 



'S9 



End 

I'- 



o c 



2 '"' 

3.2 



Clerks and Treasurera. 



Chairmen 

and 

Vice- Cli airmen. 



MRFOLK-con. 

Faith's, Saint . 
A. 48,304 
P. 11,749 



Fle^, East and 
West 

A. 29,087 
P. 8,615 



Foreboe 

A. 37,834 
P. 12,818 



PrccbridgeLynn 
A. 78,775 
P. 13,480 



Guiltcross 

A. 44,585 
P. 11,541 



Henstead 

A. 43358 
P. 11,290 



King's Lynn • 
A. 5,499 
P. 16|701 



Lodaon and Cla- 
yering 

A. 99^1 
P. 14,242 



Mitford& Laun- 
dilch 

A. 105,233 
F. 28,020 



29 31 15 



38 



36 



25 



66 



24' 



W. 



Tu. 



M. 



F.U 



Ttt. 



16 



31 



D. 



31 



31 



31 



31 



CI.. F. J. Blate, Nor- 
wich 

Asst. Ct., 6. R. Cooke 

7V.,Robt.John Harrey 
HarTey,M.P.(Crown 
Bank,) Norwich 

CL, S. B. Cory, Great 
Yarmoath [Yarmouth 

Asst. Cl.fi. Cory, Great 

TV., Edward Pitt 
Youell, (Banker,) 
Great Yarmouth 

Cl» J.White.Wymopd. 
ham 

TV., Robert John Har- 
vey HarTey(Banker), 
Norwich 

CL, R. H. Aldham, 

King's Lynn 
TV., Daniel Gomey 

(Messrs. Gumeys' 

Bank,) Lynn 

CL, A. T. Clowes, New 
Buokenham, Attle< 
borough 

TV., Robert John Hai^ 
rey Harrey, (Crown 
Bank,) Norwich 

Ct, G. E. Simpson, 
Norwich 

TV., Robert John Har- 
Tcy Harrey, (Crown 
Bank,) Norwich 



CL, J. J. Coulton^ 

Lynn 
TV., Daniel Gumey, 

(Messrs. Gumeys' 

Bank,) Lynn 

Ct, J- Copeman, Lod- 

don, Norwich 
AMf.C/..J.C.Copemant 
TV., Robert John Har- 
rey Hanrey, (Crown 
Bank,) Norwich 
CI., Chas. Wright, 

East Dereham 
Ass. CI., R. Watson 
TV^ Henry Birkbeck 
(Banker), Norwich 



Rer. W. Howard 
Rev. H. HoweU 



Rev.C. 

G.Moore 



Earl of Kimbed«y 
Rer. E. Gurdoa 
W. Cann 



R. Elwes 
W. Chapman 



Hon. ft Rer. K S. 
Keppel 
R.6oodehild 



Rer. R. G. Locas 
J.Seago 



J. Cooper 
J. Alexander 



Sir T. P. Beau' 

champ, Bart. 

H. S. Grimmer 



Rer. C. Browne 
W. D. Breriagton 



^i^^gllfi;^ 



• Directors chosen under the Locc TXct. 
♦ Thli Officer is Clerk to the AiMttin«n* nr^w^^u*^ 



POCKET ALMANAC AND 61TIDB* 



85 



Relieridg Officers and 
Districte. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teacher*, 



8 



Eastern, T. Johnson, Sprow- 
ston, Norwich — Western^ 
R. Richards, St. Faith's, 
Norwich 



east and West Flegg» J. 
Lin ford, Ormesby St. Mar- 
garet, Great Yarmouth 



Hingham, H. F. Murrell, 
^ Bamham Broom, Wy- 
iBOsdham — Wymondham, 
J. Carter, Wymondham 



Northern, J. W.King, Roy 
don, Lynn — Smithern, 
W. R. Dawson, Gayton, 
HiUing^on 



The Union, G. Kent, Ken- 
ninghall, A ttleboro ugh 



R. Thompson, W. J. Dickerson, St Faith's, 

Wood house, H. Tay- Norwich 

lor, G.Taylor, T. Al- ReT. J. D. Ballance ♦ • * 

* defton R. Thompson (M.O.) 

♦• -...*.- Caroline MonSyC \ 

R. Woodman,' J. T. R. George, BoUeaby, Great 
Waller, A. Cfisp,'S. , Yarmouth 



440. 



Henstead, T. Buttifant, Po- 
ringlaud, Norwich — Humr 
hleyard, E. Parr, Swardes- 
ton, Norwich 



North, H. Nelson, Lynn - 
South, A. Dow, Lynn 



Aldeby, E. Easter, Hales, 
Loddon, Norwich — Lod- 
don, J. Greengraas, Lod- 
doo, Norwich 



Mitford, John Cary, Rey- 
merston. Hingham — 
Litcham, P. J. Reynolds, 
Longbam, East Dereham— 
EUaham, G. Bond, North 
Elmham, Thetford 



J. F. ^Ufford 



W. B. Francis, J. T. 
Ta]lent,D.W.H ughes, 
R. J. Tunaley, G. 
Taylor 



J. W. Barrett, R, 
Flockton, F. Manby, 
J. LoTe, T. M. Ken 
daU, A. E. Barrett, 
P. C. Shepheard 

T.J. Sayer, C. Morgan, 
jun., H. F. Howard, 
H. Ward, W.E. Soffe 



J. B. Pitt, C. Drake, 
A. P.M. Morgan, F. 
W. Merry 



J. W. Barrett, W. B. 
Hunter 



G. Peskett, M.D., G. 
Rodwell, G. Gillett, 
E. B. Adams 



G. Taylor, J. R. Clout- 
ing, H. G. Hfistings, 
P. P. Ransom, H. 
Raren.S.M.Hopson, 
J. T. Tallent; C. J. 
Jump, A. Drew 



Rev. J, W. Clapoott 
R. Wottdmail (M.O.) 
Ijouisa Atkinson, Pr. 1 

C. Bell, Wicklewood, Wy-' 
mondham | 

ReT. R. B/S)ipper 
R. J. Tan«Iey^(M.O.> 
il/6<y/ Royall 
Mary A, Clarke, Pr. « 
J. Rogers, Gayton, King's 

Lynn 
Rev. W. Leech 
A. F^ Barrett (M.O.) 
Sarah S. Williams, Pr. 1 

W.F. Lock, Kenninghall; 

East Harling 
Rev. R. Lubbock 
T. J. Sayer (M.O.) 
John Hotoe 
Louisa E. Cowell 
J. O. Turner, Swainsthorpe, 

Norwich 
Rev. F. Cavell, Swardeston, 

Norwich 
F. W. Merry (M.O.) 
Agnes H. Frost 

R.A.Brunskill, South Lynn, 

Lynn 
Rev. W. W. Leeper, Lynn 
T. M. Kendall (M.O.) 
James Butter, C. 1 
Anna M, Colman, Pr. 1 

F. Elmer, Heckingham, 
Loddon, Norwich 

Rev. W. W. Hobson 

G. Rodwell (M.O.) 
William H, Barr 
Emma Barr 
R.W.Scragg8, Gressenhall, 

East Dereham 
Rev.W.R. Baton 
J. Vincent (M.O.) 
Bobt, Bradjleld, Eff. 1 
Kliza Parry 
Agnes Cary 



450 



135 



415 



500 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



:86 



THE UNION, PARISH, ANB BOABD uF HBAI.TH OFFICERS 



Counties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in 1861. 









II 



if 



aerks and Treasurera. 



Cbainnea 

aad 

Vic6.Cliairmen« 



MORFOLK-co«. 
Norwich 

A. 4325 
P. 74,440 



Swaffham 

A. 81^200 
P. 13,747 



Thetford 

A. 117,870 
P. 18^824 



Tonstead and 
Happingr 

A. eifi07 
P. 14/>16 



Walsing^ham . 
A. 87^42 
P. 21,118 



Wayland . 

A. 51,063 
P. 11,582 



YarmoutbjGreat 
A. 1,510 
P. 30,338 



Ifortliamp' 
tonshires 

Brackley . 

A. 60,569 
P. 13,471 



Brixworth 

A. 60,376 
P. 15,367 



53 



29 



Th.« 



8 F.f. 



Tu. 



56 : 11 



32 IS 



44 12 



D. 



W. 



M. 



W.f 



Th.f 



31 CI', E. C. Bailey* Nor- 
wich 
TV., Robert John Har- 
Tey Harrey (Crown 
Bank), Norwich 



31 



D. 



D. 30 



C. ETaas 
J. Newbegin 
£. Field 



31 



C7., R. Sewell, Swaff- 
ham 

TV., Robert John Har- 
Tcy Harvey (Bank.), 
Norwich 

C/., E. N. Cole, Crox- 
ton, Thetford 

TV., Robert John Har- 
vey Harvey, (Crown 
Bank), Norwich 

CI., H. R. Barnard, 
Worstead, Norwich^ 

TV., Henry Birkbeck, 
(Bank,) Norwich 



C«..J.Wright,Faken- 

ham 
TV., Daniel Gumey, 

(Messrs. Gumeys' 

Bank,) Lynn 

CA, E. Cubitt, Atde- 

borough 
TV., Henry Birkbeck 

(Banker), Norwich 

C/., J. L. Gufaude^ 
Great Yarmouth 

TV., Thos. Brightwen, 
(Gurney, Turner, 
and Co.'s Bank,) 
Great Yarmouth 



«., A. Weston, Brack 

ley 
TV., Charles Gillett, 

(Banker), Banbury 

C/., A. J. Jeffery,Nortb- 
amptou 

TV., North amptonsh. 
Union Bank, North- 
ampton 



E. Oldfield 
C. Palmer; 



H. A. Bardett 
G. Turner 



W. Postle 
R. Cooke 
J. Love 



R. England 
Rev. J. C. Flatten 
E. P. Middleton 



Rev. A. B. Hems- 
worth 
G. B. Mann 



C. Woolverton 
W. Laws 



J. L. Strattoo 
J. Bartlett 
E. Taylor 



Earl Spencer " 
Rev. R. Isham 
W. Elworthy 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



POCKET AI.MANAC A.VD GUIDB* 



87 



Reliering Ofilcen and 
Districts. 



Dislrict 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Offlcerx, and Teachers, 



S 
"^1 



First, B. Pearson, Nor- 
wich ^Second, C. Oury, 
Norwich — Third, E. M. 
Lark, Norwich— /V«r*A, 
T. Wolveridge, Norwich 



Easterjiy G. Walker, SwafiT- 
ham — fVestem, J. O. 
George, Swaffham 



Thetford, G. J.Garrard.Thet- 
ford — Methwold,i»^9XY9ti 
Brandon 



Having, L. F. Myhill, Stal- 
ham, Norwich->Twn^f ead, 
O. Ward, Worstead, Nor^ 
wich 



Fiskenhttm, R. Horsley, Fa- 
kenham — Wells, J. W. 
Watts, Little Walsing- 
ham 



Attleborougk, D. Reere, 
Great Ellingham, Attle- 
boroiigh — Watton, W. 
Owen,Rockland, Attlebo- 
rough 

JVtfrM,W.G.Natm an , Nelson- 
terraee,Nels<Hi-road , Great 
Yarmouth — South, C 
Rumbold, jnn.. Great Yar- 
mouth 



BraekUytU. Heath, Brack- 
ley-— AiiJlfratw, D. Curtis, 
Fafthinghoe, Brackley 



Eastern, S. L. Crow, Brix- 
worth^ Northaupton — 
Wegtem, C Oaylor, 
OuUsborough, Nortluimp- 



G. S. Rutohinson, F. C. 
Bailey, W. Guy, 
M.D., J.B. Pitt,W, 
B. Francis, T. W. 
Crosse, R. R. Cremer, 
A. M. F. Morgan 



F. J. Thomas, R. B. 
Marriott, P. F. Jay, 
H. C. B. Steele, J. 
R. Clouting, W.Joy 

G. W. Mackenzie, P. 
R. J. B. Minns, C. 
Morgan, W. Taylor, 
R. Thompson, G. 
Archer, W. Joy, C. 
Morgan, jun. 

F. Clowes, S. T. Huke, 
£. Meade, W.F. Dix 



B. Bond, Heigharo, Nor- 
wich 
J. S. Sanders, Boys' Home 
R. Bales, Girls' Home 
Rer. A. J. Porter, Norwich 
R. E. Gibson (M.O.) 
fViUiam O. Bradley, C. 3 
Martha Claxton 
Sarah A, Atkins 
W. Mead, Swaffham 
ReT. B.Houchen, Swaffham 
F.J.Thomas (M.O.) 
Benjamin B* Conyard 
Annie Emerton, Pr. 2 
W. Pye, St. Mary, Thet- 

ford 
Rev. A. F. Smith, Thetford 
P. R. J. B. Minns (M.O.) 
WlUiam H. Ross, C. a 
Maria Pyf,Fr. 
J. Holt, Smallburgh 
Rev. J. B. Vale, Crostwight, 

Smallburgh 
W. F. Dix (M.O.) 
Elixabeth Francu, Pr. 1 



P. Vincent, F. W. J. Gray, Great Snoring, 
Bayes, T. W. Da- Walsingham 



mant, A. Drew, J. 
T. Skrimshire, P, 
Hudson 

C. G. ElUs, M. D., 
S. Sprigge 



T. H. Moxon, S. J. F. 
Stafford 



R. Jones, W.Moore, D. 
Freeman,G.C.Doug]a8 



W. Williams, F. Cox, 
F. H. Marshall, W. 
Dix, B.H. Olive, F. 
L. Harper, 6. C. P. 

Pauli 



Rev. R. Leeder 

P. Hudson (M.O.) 

Charles Jeary, Pr. 1 

Susanna Jarvis, Pr. 3 

W. Owen, Rockland AH 
Saints, Attleborough 

Rev. H. Bird 

C. G. Ellis, M.D. (M.O.) 

Amy Cousins, Pr. 1 

W. Shuckford, Great Yal^ 
mouth 

Rev. H. PL. Nerill, Church 
Trees, Great Yarmouth 

J. C. Smith (M.O.) 

Joseph Ward, C.3 

Sarah Johnson, Pr. 3 

[Peter 
J. Course, Brackley St. 
Rev. H. W. Smith, Braokley 
R. Jones (M.O.) 
Richard Walton,Vr.l 
Mary R. Hasvkin*, Pr. 1 
R. Giles, Brixworth, North- 
ampton 
Rer. C. F. Watkins 
F. L. Harper (M.O.) 
ElixabethGiles,C,3 



Digitized 



byLiOogle 



88 THB V2II01T, PAKISU, AlTD BOABD OF HEALTH OFFICERS* 



Counties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in ISGI. 



, 


« o <« 




M 






mi 


=1 


ll 





Clerks and Treasurers. 



Chairmen 

and 

Vice-Cliairmen. 



NORTHAMP'SH.-c«. 

Da V en try 

A. 63,301 
P. 20,600 



Hardingstone . 
A. 32.403 
P. 0,928 



Kettering . 30 

A. 55,26<J 
P. 18^95 



Northampton . 
A. 20,453 
P. 41,152 



Oundle 

A. 69.822 
P, 15,362 



Peterborough . 
A. 100,514 
P. 33,n8 



Potterjpury 

A. 22,401 
P. 11,618 



W. 



39 11 



C. 



M.t, C. 



M.f. 



Tu. 



Th.f C. 



IlirapstoD 

A. 51,183 
P. 14,065 

Towcester 

A. 40,416 
P. 13,004 



WellingberoKgV 
A. 55,505 
P. M,244 

Nortbuxn- 
'berlaud; 

Alnwick . 

A. 98,93* 
P. *l,053 



30 



66 



Th.f C. 



Tu.f C. 



Tu.f 



S.f. 



C. 



24 



13 



[vcntry 
C/., G. Norman, Da 
TV., Joseph B a milliter, 

(Northamptonshire 
BankingCo.)Daventry 

<?/., C.Hughes, North 

ampton 
TV. , N ortb araptonsh ire 
Union Banking Co,, 
Northampton [tering 
Ch, \V. Marshall, Ket- 
2V.,George El and( Lei- 
cestershire Banking 
Company), Ketter- 
ing 

<7/.,W. Tonoalin, North- 
ampton 
TV., Northamptonshire 
Union Banking Co., 
Northampton 
CI., R. Richardson, 

Oundle 
TV., Orlando Edmonds 
(Stamford & Spalding 
BankgXo.), Oundle 
CL, S. C. W. Buckle, 

Peterborough 
TV., William Rowell, 
(Stamford & Spald- 
ing Banking Co.,) 
Peterborough 
CT.,E. S.Harris, Stony 

Stratford 
TV.. Henry Hearn 
(Banker), Bucking- 
ham 



J. Bliss 
\V. Wilkins 



ReT. C. Smyth 
W. Shaw 



ReT. G. P. Stop- 
ford 

Kev.G.E.Maunaell 
J. Glover 

A,B. MarVbam 
E. \\\ Tuflfley 



J. Rickett 
H. Kirby 



Hon. C. W. Fitz- 
william, M. P. 
J. Whitwell 
J. Beecroft 



R.Wood 
H, Linuell 



CL, R. Archbould, 

Thrapston 
TV., George Eland, 

(Banker) Thrapston 
CI., J. H. Sbeppard, 

Towcester 
TV., Thomas Mercer 

(Banker), Mears 

Ashby,Northampton 
CV., M. R. S harm an, 

Wellingborough 
TV., Northamptonshire 

Union Banking Co., 

Wellingborough 
CL, J. A.Wilson, Aln 

wick 
T^., Ed ward Augustine 

Storer (Blinker), Aln- 

wick 



W. B. Stopford 
J. Bullymore 

G. Osbom I 

•J. M. VerooB 



R. L. OrTehar 
ReT.W.C.Riiigh. 

ton 



ReT. H. Bell 
J. Tbonipooa 



i>r#M!i 



Digitized 



byUoogie 



1 



POCKITT ALHAXAO AND GUIDE. 



80 



Relieving Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Oificers. 



try -^ Long Buckby^Vf. 
Judkins, Long Buckby, 
Rogby 

The UnUm, E. Coultart, 
Hardingstone, Northamp- 
ton 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



A. Cox, C. W. N. Par-; 

sons, G. Bennett,! 

S. J. Jones, F. 6.1 

Fowke, E. Swann,6.{ 

N. Swinson 
W. Percival, H. Terry 

jun., £. Dudley 



W. J. Slater, Daventry 
Rev. P. Hale 
6. N. Swinson (M.O.) 
Celina War*t,C, 1 



Jre*fcH«5,C.Parker, Ketter- J 
ing—Rothwell, A. Cook, 
Rothwell, Kettering 



. W. Dryland, J. L, 
Price, J. More, T. L 
Greaves 



5tt^&rooA:e,J.B.Stanion,Kis. W.H.Walker, G.Cot- 

lingbury, Northampton— ton,J.M.Bryan,M.D 

Northampton, W. Griffin, W. Percival 
Northampton 

Oundle, J. Gann, Candle E. Webster, P. R 

— Fotheringhay, J. Teb- Dain, J. Crewe, G. 

butt, Fotheringhay, Oun- W. B. Calcott 
die 

Peterborough,T. Thompson, 
Peterborough— Crou/land, 
R. J •Thompson,Ey e, Pe ter- 
borough 



The Union, W.Bonser,Yard- 
ley Gobion, Stony Stratford 



J%rapston, T. Ivens, lalip, 
Thrapston — Rounds, R. 
Knight, Raands,Thrapston 

No.!, S. SaBsom,Towcester 
— JV#. t, T, Pearcy, Work- 
house, Towoestcr 



T.Southam,J.W.Pearce, 
J. B. Bodmaii, T. G. 
Wright, W. N. Sy- 
monds, J. Kelley, J. 
Clapham i 

C.Whitton,T.N. Hey. 
gate, R.W.Watkins, 
W. C. Daniell 



North, T. Simmons, Wei- 
liBgborough — ^OM/ik, G. 
Packwood, Rushden, 
Higham Ferrers 

Alnwick, G. Davt^on, Aln- 
^xck^Bmblttom, R. Dow- 
ney, Rennington, Beckley, 
Alnwick— IfWAmvr/A, A. 
Rob<on,ATTiTnoitth. Alnwick 



J.G. Leete, B.Spurgin, 
J.Crewe,T.P.Femie, 
T. J. Starling 

T. O. Walker, jon., J. 
P.Knott, R.P.Allen, 
W. J. Hunt 



J. D. Old, Wootton, North- 
ampton 
Rev. W. W. Woolcombe, 
H. Terry, jun. (M.O.) 
Mary A, 1 Alley, Tr. I 
J.Moore, Kettering 
Rev. H. Liijdsay, Kettering 
J. W. Dryland (M.O.) 
Ellen Cratidock, Pr. 1 

[Northampton 
M. Branuar, St. Giles, 
Rev. J. T. Browne 
G. Cotton (M.O.) 
John Tregtftr, C. I 
Harriet E. Tregear, Pr. 1 
A. Sparke, Oundle 
Rev. J. Nu-tsey, Oundle 
E. Webster (M.O.) 
Martha Russell, Pr. 1 

R.Greenlay,St. John Baptist, 
Peterborough 

Rev. W. R. Thomas 
I T. Southaro (M.O.) 

Thomas Winlerton 

Sarah A. Wintertoth C. I 
W.Bonser, Yardley Gobion^ 

Stony Stratford 
Rev. R. E. Crawley 
C. Whitton (M.O.) 
Barriet Warren 



330 



130 



W% 



247 



178 



365 



R. Bray, Thrapston 
Rev. J. R. R. Sandilanda 
J. G. Leete (M.O.) 
Elizabeth A, Knight 
T. Pearcy, Towcester 
Rev. J. T. H. Delafons 
R. F. Allen (M.O.) 
Elizabeth Warren 



200 



T.Clark, T.J. Starling. E. Ayre, Wellingborough 
A. Femie, H. Furdy Re v . J. Smith 
T. Clark (M.O.) 
George F. Packwood, C- 3 
Charlotte E. KetcheTfPr, 2 
T. Bradley, W. Cal- T. Henderson, Alnwick 
lender, R. C. Emble- Rev. C. Granville, Alnwick 
ton, G. W. Tumerill,! (gratuitously) 
T.Fender,W.Robert-' T. Fender (M.O.) 



Rlixnheth Mnrrhton, IPr. 2 



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90 



THE UNION, PABISH, AND BOARD OF HEALTH OFFICERS' 



Counties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in 18GI. 



HORTHUMUND.- 






Belford 

A. 41,753 
P- 6,231 

Bellingbam 

A. 235301 
P. 7,030 

Berwick • on - 
Tweed 
• A. S7fi75 
P. 21^2 

Castle Ward . 
A. 8S^7 
P. 14^13 



Glendale 

A, 142^5 
P. 13^11 

Haltwhbtle 

A. 83^1 
P. 6J»Z 
Hexham . 

A.igs,586 
P. 31,890 



Moipeth . 

A. 05,42» 
P. 23,996 



Newcastle - on - 
Tyne 

A. 7,102 
P. 110,908 



RoChbiiry 

A. 189,108 
P. 7,147 

Tynemoath 

A. 39,737 
P. 77,955 



35; 36 ^ 3 W.f 



37 37 



17 30 



80 



51 



18 



^2; 79 



72 



5 S.f. 
M.f. 

MX 

Th.l 

Th.l 

Tu.f 

W.I 



6 IMJ 



Th.f 



Clerks and Treasurers. 



Chairmen 

and 

Vice-chairmen. 



[wick 

12 a., \V. Johnson, Aln- 

i Tr., Edvranl Au<U8tiDe 

j sfjorer (Alnwick aoH 

I ComitT Biiiik), Alnwick 

12 C'/., R.B.Hall, Trough-; 

end, Otterburn | 

Tr., Edward Smith, 

BelHnirham ' 

Ci., E. Willoby, Bei- 

wick-upon-Tweed 
Tr., John Anthony 

Woods (Bank),New 

castle-npon-Tyne 
CI.J*.Armstrong,New- 

eastle-iipon-Tyne 
Tr,, Balpb BrowD (Bank), 

Ne wcaacle-QpoifT) ar 

fWooler 
Ct-, W. Wightman, 
TV., William Donjrlas, 
(British LinenBank,) 
Coldstream 
CA, R. Pickering.Halt- 
whistle [whistle 
7V.,Joseph Kean,Halt- 
«., J. Stokofe, Hex- 
ham 
TV*., J ames Donaldson 
BeU, Hexham 



12 



12 



12 



12 



12 



12 'C'/., 6. BrumeU,Mor- 
■ peth 

i Tr., Stephen Wilkin- 
son, (Banker,) Mor- 
peth 
12 C/., G. Forster, New- 
castle-upon-Tyne 
TV., Joseph Hawkes, 
(Northumberland A 
Durham District 

Bank,) Newcastle. 
upon-Tyne 
12 |C^,T. Arkle, Shaftoe, 
Newcastle-upon Tyne 
Tr., Ephraim Temple, 
Rothbury 
12 C/., S. J. Tibbs, Chir- 
ton, North Shields 
TV., Robert Ifilbnm, 
(Bank),North Shields 



Rev. L. S. Oi^e 
Rer. J. D. Clark 
J. Bolam, sen. 

W. H. Chariton 
H.Riddle 
J. BeU 

A. Thompson 
R. Makins 
A. Smith, Jan. 



Rer. J. E. Elliot 
W. StepbensoB 



M. T. Cuney 
G. Rea 



W. Gibson 

G. Blenkiaaop 

W. Lowes 
T. P. Dods 

Rev. G. R. Bigg« 

M. Smitb 



Rer. B. P. Hedgson 
J. Angas 



T. Ridley 
H. MUTaim 



T. Allan 
T. HenderaoB 



J. R. Procter 
W. Mackenmie 



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POCKET ALMANAC AND GUIDE. 



9] 



Relieving Officers and 
Districts. 



The Union, R. 
Belford 



DUtrlct 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouseii. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



Outhrie, |H. Huut, L. G. Broad- 
J b«nt 



No. I, or TVest, T. Ayadey, J. Elliot, W. Suthcr- 

Bellinffhara — jVb. 2, or \ land, C. R. Kendal, 

East, J. Aynsley, Work- , G. R. Fraacr, M, 

house, Bellingham ; Brodie 

Berwick, J. Croshy» Berwick J. Wilson, J. Paxton, 

^Norhamshire and Island-. M. J.Tumbull.M.D.j 

shire, J. Scott, Berwick | R. C. Fliiker, G. 

Wilson 

'PontelandJ.SprtLggon,Ton-^B.. S. Davison, J. Ma- 
I teland, Newcastle-upon- i «on, R, Vardy, J. 
j Tjne —Stam/ordham, J. | Tbornhill, jun. 

RobsoQ, Stamfordham, ' 
I Newcastle-upon-Tyne | 
[Ford, A. Craig, Milfield, M.J.TurnbttIl,M.D.,J. 
j Wooler — fVooler, Thoa. Brown,M.D.,G.Wil- 
I Carr, Wooler | 8on,R.WaRer,M.D., 

I I W. Roberuon, M. D, 

\The Union, G. Pickeuing, J. H. Buchanan, M.D., 

Stone Hall, Haltwhistle ; R. Gill, G. Arnison, 
, W. Smith 

\Hexham, , Hex 



I ham— Allendale, G. Dick- 
inson, Allendale Town — 
ChoUerton, W. Hemsley, 
Acomb, Hexham — Bywell, 
J. Murton, Stockafield, 
Gateshead 

Morpeth, J. Watson, jun., 
^orpetYk-^Bedlington, R. 
Harbottle, Bedlington, 

, Morpeth 



T. Staiuthorpei M.D., 
J. RentOQ, R. Elliot, 
G. Arnison, J. I. 
Atkiason,W. Young, 
M.D., D. Jackson, 
M.D. 

G. Jobling, R. Paton,B. 
McLaren, R. Vardy 
jun., J. G. Reid, M, 
Brodie,E. A. Hedley 



Eastern, J. Freeman, Newoattle- n 
noaa-Tyne—tVesteru, W.Wilwn,!^' 
KewCMtle-apc- "^ — »r .-i. 
B. Wllloagfab, 
Tjn9-~Southern, J. He»lop, 



C. Gilchrist, T. C. 



•wc«tle-upon-Tyne— A'oiVArru,' Ne8ham,W.A.Janson, 
.. Wllloagfaby, Newca»tle-upon- j Womthnrn H W 
. yne~*«ttM«rM, J. He.lop, New- * ' «» Wthorn, M . W . 
cuHe-umm'Tyaa—tVeslrate, M.' Newton, J 
Flddet,Keirca«tle-upon-Tyae g„g j^ d^I 



. A. An- 
. Dalgliesh 



The Union, R. Graham, R. Vardy, J. Todd, 
Rothbury J. W. Todd, F. Ri- 

chardson, M. Brodie, 
I E. C. Robertson 

Tynemouth, G.Brown, Tyne-;W.L.Emmerson,M.D., 
mouth, N. Shields— £arj^i T. Stephens, T. H. 
don, W. Hornsby, Cram-{ Pyle, G. Ward, A. 
lington, Newcastle-upon-! Davison, G. B. His- ' 
Tyne — Longbenton, R. lop, J. R. Lownds, 
Stobbs, Wallaead, North J. Aitchison 
Shields— A-VirM Shields^ 
T. S. Surteeii, Chirton, 



H. Smith, Belford 

No Chaplain 

H. Hunt (M.O.) 

J. Aynsley, Bellingham 

No Chaplain 

J. Elliott (M.O.) 

[upon-Tweed 
T. H. Mitchell, Berwick- 
No Chaplain 
C. Brown, M.D.*(M.O.) 
William NesbitylEa, 2 
Isabella Nesblt, Pr. 1 
R. Rochester, Pouteland 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne 
No Chaplain 
J. Mason (M.O.) 

G. Richardson, Wooler 

No Chaplain 

R. Walker, M.D. (M.O.) 

George Richardson, Pr. 2 

T. Brisco, Haltwhistle 

No Chaplain 

J.H. Buchanan, M.D.(M.O.) 

J. W. Jameson, Hexham 

No Chaplain 

T. Stainthorpe (M.O.) 

Joseph Coates, Pr. 1 

Mary Bobson, Pr, 3 



W. Brown, Morpeth 

No Chaplain 

G. Jobling (M.O.) 



W.Foulsham, Elswick,New- 

castle-upon-Tyne 
Rev. W. Bowlan 
N.Hardcastle (M.O.) 
.4. Best, Eflr. 2 | G. Herring 
Euphemia McCree 
A. IViUoughby. 
P. Tate, Rothbury 
No Chaplain 
J. Todd (M.O.) 

J.Wat«on,Tynemouth,North 

Shields 
No Chaplain 
W.L.Emmer8on,M.D.(M.O.) 
Moses Dixon, Pr. 2 
Mary Tumbling, Pr. 1 
Elizabeth Stuart 



M 



223 



77 

2M« 

9ST 



33t 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



92 THB UNION 


, PARISH^ 


AND BOARD OP HEALTH OFFICERS* 




Counties & Unions, 1 1 


o 5 




'pi 


St 


II 




Chairmen 




Area in Acres, 


.s 


S'S 


li 


p^'-' 


sJ ^ 




Clerks and Treasurers, 


and 




and 
Population in ISGl. 


1 


3| 


^1 


^ S 
"^^ 


II 


1| 




Vice-Chairmen. 




Nottlngr- 


















Basford . 


14 


48 


11 


Tu.f 


H. 


23 C/., R. B. Spencer, 


R. Burrows 




A. 88,150 














Basford, Notting- 


F. R. Grammer 




P. 74^7 














ham 
TV., Frederic Chat- 
field Smith (Smith 
& Co.) Nottingham 


H. H. Godber 




Bingham 


41 


42 


7 


Th.f 


H. 


23 


CU, W. Hackerhy, 


J. Marriott 




A. 08,13»| 










Jan., Bingham 


Rer. E. H. Vernon 




P. 15,670 












Tr.f Sanil. Smith &Co. 
(bankers),Noctingham 






East Retford .'50 52 


8 


S.f. 


H. 24 \CL, C. S. Bumahy, 


H. B. W. Miiner 




JL 01,115 










i Eaiit Retford 


W. W. Wilkinson 




P. 22,677 










TV., Thomas Walker, 


H.Eyre 
















(Messrs. Vernon and 


















Co.'sBank,)Doncas. 




















ter 






Mansfield 


21 


28 


4 


Th.f 


H. : 23 


C/., W. E. Goodacre, 


W. Wilson 




A. 55,060 














Mansfield 


T. Bowett 




P. 30^93 














TV., James Robinson, 
(Banker,) Mansfield 


J. Bettridge 




Newark . . 


.'.2 


50 


4 


Ta.f 


H. 


24 


CI., -W. Newton, 


G. NeTile 




A. 04.202 














.Newark 


J.Dolby 




P. 30,180 














TV. .Thomas Spragging 
Godfrey (Bank). 
Newark 


H. Gilbert 




Nottingbam • 


3 


36 





Ta. 


H. 


23 


67., M. J. Preston.. 


J. Howitt 




A. 1,750 














Nottingham 


W. Sylrester 




P. 74,603 














rr., William Page, 
Nottingham 






Radford . 


4 


10 


1 


Th.f 


H. 


23 


CA, J. Wilson, Rad- 


W.Page 




A. 6300 














ford, Nottingham 


J. Fisher 




P. 30,470 














TV., I. CharlesWright, 
(Bank,) Nottingham 


T. Adams 




Southwell 


(il 


63 


15 


Tu.f 


H. 


23 


CI., J.Kirklaod, South- 


W.H.Barrow,M.P. 




A. 116,154 












1 well 


R. Milward 




P. 24,425 














TV., Robert Henry 
Wylde, Southwell 


M. Jackson 




Worksop 


20 


32 





W.f 


H. 


24 


CI., J. Whall, Worksop 


H. Beevor 




A. 77,482 












TV., Thomas Walker, 


J. Garside 




P. 20,704 












(Banker,) Worksop 







Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



POCZRT ALMANAC AND GUIDE. 



Relieving Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers, I 



iV#. 1, G. Asl^ew^ Eastwood, 
Nottingrham — No. «, J. 
T. GoslinflT, Arnold, 
Nottingham — No, 3, W. 
Dean, Bui well, Notting- 
ham— JVb. 4, R. Wright, 
Basford, Nottingham 



No, 1, G. Upton, Saxondale, 
Bingham— ^0. 2, J. God- 
frey, Workhouse, Bing- 
ham 

South, T. Jaekson, East 
Markham,Tuxford— iVor^A 
J. Bower, Glarboroogh, 
East Retford 



W. S. Smith, N. 
Cooper,T.S.Woolley, 
R. G. Buckby, R. 
H. Sers, W. Malt 
by, J. Butler, C. 
Carruthers.S.T. Da- 
vison, J. Hall, W. 
Allen, G.B. Norman, 
F. Stevenson 

G. Rowland, H. 
Wright, W.Martin, 
J. Marriott 



First, or Eastern, J. BiriLs, 
Mansfield — Second, or 
Western, George AUsop, 
8atton-in-AshfieId, Mans- 
field 

Northern, W*. H. Bingham, 
Newark — Southern, R. 
Lynn, Balderton, Newark 



No. 1, J. J. Acton, Notting- 
ham— JVtf. «, T. Pilking- 
ton» Nottingham 



S. Marshall, D. Rossi- 
ter, R. M. Willan, 
M.D.,W.Pritchard, 
H. Raynes, P. Whit- 
ington, D. Knox, 
M.D. 

Hoiwley, W. White- 
head, J. A. Harding, 
J. S. Tarner, N. 
Cooper 



TheUnUm, J. Roberts, Rad- 
ford, Nottingham 



No, I, or South, T. Pawaon, 
Southwell -^ No, % or 
North, i. Herring, Jan., 
Caunton, Newark 



North, J, Dari)y, Carlton, 
Workao^^-South, H. Mel- 
lara, Workiop 



R. T. Mattersou, J. 
Broadbent, W. P. 
Foottit, O. Johnson, 
W. B. Ii-ving, C. S. 
Smith, R. M. Willan 

C. J, O. Smith, H. R. 
Hatherley — Dis- 
pensers, A. James 
and £. Watts 



T. A. Stephenson] 
E. C. Buckollr 



J.Eaton,R. E.Cooke, T. 
Day, T. F. Green- 
wood, A. G. H. Buck- 
hy, P. Whitingtou, 
E. Wright 



H. N.Hett,W. Wilkin- 
aon, W. Latimer, A. 
Beckett, J. Spurr, 
J. Royston 



R. Rhodes, Bakford, Not- 
tingham 
Rev. H.R. Pitman 
W. Maltby (M.D.) 
John Blyde, G. 2 
Elvina Kushton, G. 1 



J. Godfrey, Bingham 

No Chaplain 

G.RQwland(M.O.) 

Annie Chettle, C. 3 

J. Seale, Glarborough, East 

Retford 
Rev. E. S. Sanderson 
S. Marshall (M.D) 
Mary J, Small, C. 3 

P. H. Large, Mansfield 
Rev.T. L.Gur8ham, D.C.L. 
N. Cooper (M.D ) 
Harriet Burrows, Pr. 3 



94 



B. A. Baxter, Claypoltf, 

Newark 
Rev. G. P. Plumptre 
H. R. Smith (M.D.) 

E. Epton 

Elizabeth Baxter, Pr. 1 
W.Hardy , St. Mary, Notting- 
ham 

Rev. J. Dunne 

F. Watson (M.O.) 
HlUiam Bolton 
Emma C. Alluiood, Pr. I 
Emma Fox 

T, Dufty, Radford, Not- 
tingham 
No Chaplain 
T. A. Stephenson (M.O.) 

J. Herring, Upton, Southwell 
Rev. R. B. Earle, Southwell 
R. E. Cooke (M.O.) 
Fanny A, Hooton, Pr. 2 



W. Wynn, Worksop 
ReT.E. Lamb, Worksop 
H. N. Hett (M.O.) 
LouUa M, Booth, C. 1 



1,U0 



190 



SM 



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94 THB UMION, PARISH, AKD BOABD OF HBAliTH OFFICBB8* 



Counties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in 1861. 



al 






§3 



11 
<5Q 



Clorks and Treararers. 



Chairmen 

and 

Vice-Chairmen. 



Oxfordsh. 

Banbury . 5'i 

A. 75,3^ 
P. 30,171 



Bicester . . 3S 40 
A. Gl>127 
P. 15,55fl 



Chipping Nor 
ton 

A. 76,418 
P. 17,396 



Headington . 
A. 24^7 
P. 17,107 



Henley • 

A. 01,602 
P. 18,200 



•Oxford, City . 
A. 2,030 
P. 19,960 



Thame • 

A. 544K)7 
P. 15,305 



Witney . 

A. 70,160 
P, 23,227 



Woodstock 

A. 47,913 
P. 14,236 



5|| 



3G' 40 



Th. m. 



W.f 



Th.f 



12 



Th. 



Th. 



C*.. W. W. Heming, 

Banbury 
TV., Jonathan GiUett, 

(Banker,) Baubary 



d., F. H. Lindsey, 

Bicester 
TV., George Tubb 

(Bank), Bice»ter 



Colonel North,M.P. 
R. A. Gartwright 
R. Aroher 



Rer. W.J.Dry 
W. W, M. Dewar 



CI., A. L. Rawlinson, Rer. T. Harris 



33 



33 



Chipping Norton 
TV., Thomas Davies 

Tbonkas, Stourbridge 

&Kidderminster Bg. 

Co.,ChippingNorton 
CA, F.Crippe, Oxford 
TV., Henry Strong, 

London and County 

Bank, Oxford 

CA, N.Mercer,Hen]ey' 

on-Tbanaes 
TV., John Stmonds, 

Bank, Reading 



(U., H. Jacob, Ox- 

fordt 
TV., Henry Strong, 

liondon and County 

Bank, Oxford 

(Thame 
(71., W. Parker, 
TV., Alfred Selfe(Lon- 

don and County 

Joint Stock Bank), 

Aylesbury 
Cl,» R. H. BuUen, 

Bampton, Faring- 

don— ilM*. C/., N. 

G. RarenorV 
TV., John Williams 

Clinch, Witney 
CA, R. B. B. Hawkins, 

Woodstock 
TV., Jonathan Gillettl 

(Banker), Woodstock 



F. ColyUe 



W. Chillingworth 
T. E. Miller 
G.Ward 



Lord Camoys 
Rer. G. Day 



ReT.E.F.Glanville 
W. Thompson 
H.Grant 



A. K. 0. Brown 
A. R. Cannon 
J. Shrimpton 



Rev. D. Adamt 
J. Draoe 
H. Batemaft 



C. E. Thornhill 
R. L Ne#ton 



Under Local Act. f Clerk to the Guardians of the Poor. 

Eleren Parishes, and the Unirtrtity, and the CoUcges and BaUi* 



POCKET ALUANAO AND GO IDE. 



Rellevintg Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhooses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



Banbury, T. Bonner, Nei- 
tbrop» Banbury — Crop- 
redy, J. H. Bates, Cropredy, 
Banbury — SwalcUffe, J. 
Bonner, jun ., Wroxton, Ban 
bury — BUxham, J. Bon- 
ner, Bloxham, Banbury 
Bletchingdon, J. Colling^- 
ridge. Lover Heyford, 
Woodstock — i?teM*er, G, 
Reynolds, Bicester 



Chipping A^orf on,H.Hartley, 
Chipping* Norton^CAar^ 
bury, J. Greenshields, 
Cfaadlington, Enstone 



NoA,arHeadingtont T. W. 
Hewlett, Saint Clement, 
Oxford— JVo. «, or Wheat- 
ley, W. Waine, Wheatley 

mnley, W. Harding, Hen 
ley-on-Thames — Watting- 
ton, B. Glass, Watling- 
ton, Tetsworth — Caver- 
sham, W. Leach, Caver- 
sham, Reading 



J. CoUina, Oriel Street, 
Oxford 



North, W. J. Nash, Thame 
-■^South^ E. Howlett, Tets- 
worth 



Witney, H.Staley,W«ney— 
Bampton,Y,Qvwvi, Bamp- 
ton, Faringdon— ^«r/brrf. 
J. Merchant, Burford, Par- 
ingdon— iSkfAam, J. Gan- 
telU Ensham 

Woodtt0ck, E. P. Kent, 
Woodstock— /7ed<^{»gf on, 
J. Kirby, Steeple Aston 



R.Croome,S. Chester- 
man, T. Harris, J, 
ColegraTe, G. F. 
Knight, R. Grimbly, 
P. J. O'NeiU 



S. Morchison, T. Daw 
son, F. W. Parsons, 
T. W. Knight, E. 
W. Turner, J.T.Mor^ 
ri8,J. Fanner 

W.J.Smith, J. Par- 
well, T. R. Cotterell, 
T. H. Cheatle 



G. C. Hitchinga, C. F. 
Stovin, M.D. 



R. P. Jeaton, A. J. 
Moore, H. Dixon, 
A. D. Brooks, T.W. 
Jeston, J.Johnstone 



H. P. Mallam, W. A. 
Thompson — Dis- 
penser,T. H. Thur 
land 



T. Knight, C, F. 
StoTin,T. J.Hugall, 
J. E. BoytoH, R.Lee, 
M, H. Humphreys 

B. P. Whitaker, T. 
H.CheaHe, A. Batt, 
M.D.,J.PJ^.tkinson, 
M.D., T. Smallhorn 



P. Taylor, E. W. Tur- 
ner, J. T. Morris 
M.D., H. H. Parry, 
J. G. White 



G.S.Hedges, Neithrop, Ban. 

bury 
Rev. C. Forbes, Banbury 
W. T. Douglas (M.O.) 
David Barker, C. 2 
Amelia Ann Veary, Pr. 1 

T. Blackabey, Bicester 
Market End, Bicester 

Rer. J. W! Watts, Bicester 

S. Murchison (M.O.) 

James Dean 

Frances Dean 

W. Bower, Chipping Nor- 
ton 

Rev. P. Harris 

J. Parwell (M.O.) 

Ailce A . Bower, Pr. 2 

J. C. Jones, Headington, 

Oxford 
Rev. J. C. Pring, Oxford 
G. C. Hitchings (M.O.) 
Letitia Hanniss, C. 3 
S. Mortlock, Henley-on- 
Thames [on-Thames 
Rev. C.P.LoDgland,Henley- 
T. W. Jeston (M.O.) 
William Griffiths 
Leah Benjamin 



J. Tebbutt, St. Giles, 

Oxford [School, Cowley 
G. Thompson, Industrial 
Rev. R. E. P. Edmonds 
H. P. Mallam (M.O.) 

E, Kerby 

G. Simmonds, Thame 
Rev. T. B. Fookes, Thame 
R. Lee (M.O.) 
G. C. Bird 
Emma Munday, Pr. I 
A.Thomson, Curbridge, Wit- 
ney 

Rev. G. CRolfe 
A. Batt, M.D. (M.O.) 
Emily Thomson^ 0. 1 

J. Otway, Hensington, 

Woodtttdck 
Rev. W.Sanders, Woodstock 

F. Taylor (M.O.) 
Joseph Rogers, Pr. 2 
Alary A, Davis 



«Only one £x.officio Guardian attends the Board. 
. This Officer is Clerk to the Asieasmeot Cotnmitue. 



06 THE UNION, PARISH, AND BOABD OF HSALTH OFFICERS* 



Counties & Unions, 




"S^ 


11 


O C 


il 


il 




Chairmen 




Area in Acres, 


1 


t'£ 


il 


II 


vt 


^S 


Clerks and Treasurers, 


and 




and 


«s 


3 = 


K s 


s--- 


1.« 




Vice-Chairmen. 




Population in 1861. 


a. 


^c 


«?. 


eC 


<- 








Rutland- 


















sliire 1 


















Oakham . 31 32 


13 


Th.f 


c. 


24 


CL, W.H.Hoagh,Oak- 


Rer.J. H. Pladyer 




A. M.030 










ham 


J.H.L.Wiagfleld 




P. 11,112 J 










TYs,, George Cay ley 




















(Banker), Stamford 






Uppinj>;bam 


36 


37 


7 


Th. 


c. 


24 


CI., W. SheUd, Up- 


T. Browa 




A. 52,G0S 














pingham 


C.H.8imkiB 




P. 12,307 














TV., George Cayley 
(Banker), Stamford 






Salop s 




















Atcham . .44 45 


15 


M.f. 


6. 


14 


eA,J.ETere8t.Sbrews- 


SirB.Leightaa,Bt. 




A. 104,144 














bury 


M.P. 




P. 19,314 














TV. Wm. Butler Lloyd, 
(SalopBank,) Shrews- 
bury 


Rer. H. Barton 
Rer. T. L. Glea- 
dowe 




1 t 
Bridgrnorth . '29 35 


7 


S.f. 


G. 


34 


CI., W. Reynolds, 


T. P. Parton 




A. 60,800 












Bridgnorth 


E.D«Tiea 




P. 15,920 


1 










7V.,JohnHen. Cooper, 
(Banker)Bridgnorth 






ChurchStretton 


i 
14 10 


4 


Th.f 


6. 


34 


Ot, S. H. Kongh, 


Rev. H. a Wilwm 




A. 46,184 














Church StrettoD 


E.BM$h« 




P. 6,2Sg 














TV., Richard Home, 
Church StretCon 


/ 




^Cleobury Mor- 


19 21 


7 


M.f. 


G. 


34 


CI., A. P. Trow, Cleo- 


W. Porton 




timer 












bury Mortimer 


A.J«mM 




A. 54,640 












TV., Nichols, Baker, 






P. 8,304 












avd Crane, Bewdley 






Clun 


23 30 





P.f. 


G. 


34 


Ci.» H. S. KewUI, 


Rer.W.M.RowUnd 




A. 82,886 












Bishop's Casde 


A. WoUey 




P. 10,015 


1 
1 










TV., George Rae, 
(North and South 
Wales Bank)Buhop's 
Castle 


T. Hamar ^ 




Drayton 


14 20 


17 


W.i 


G. 


38 


CU., Messrs. W. M. & 


T.Twemlow 




A. 67,010 














J. E. Wilkinson, 


W. Minor 




P. 14,200 














Market. Drayton 
TV., Frederick Wade 
Hobson, Manchester 
and LiYerpool Bank, 
Market Draytou 






Ellesmere 


ir 22 


12 


Tu.f 


G. 


S4 


CI.,J. P.Stant,ElIes- 


R. G. Jebb 




A. 71,081 












nere 






P. M,011 


_ 










TV., Charles Mont- 
gomery Campbell, 
(Banker)ShrewBbary 




















Digitized by V3( 


Dogie 


^ 



POCKET ALMANAC AND GUIDE. 



97 



Relieving Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workliouses. 



Masters, Oiaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



-I 



The Union, T. Swift, Oak- 
ham 



North and South, J. Will- 
ford, Uppingham 



G. M. Ashforth, T. B 
Scott, S. C. Turner 



J. Bell, E. Snell, T. 
L. Greares, C. A. 
Crane 



Atcham, W. Baker, Con- 
dover, Shrewsbary — Ford, 
W. Barrett, Ford'« Heath, 
Shrewsbury 



Eastern and Western, S. 
Abbott, Bridgnorth 



7%e Union, T. T. Careton, 
Church Stretton 



The Union, J. Jones, Cleo- 
bury Mortimer 



CUin, R. GloTer, Clun, 
Shrewsbary — Bisftop's 
Castle, B. Koden,Bishop'0 
Castle 



Drayton, O. Hey wood. Mar- 
ket 'Dn.yton-^Hodnet, J. 
Boydon, Hodnet, Market 
Drayton 



Hanmer, J. Boycott, Han- 
roer, Whitchurch, Salop — 
EUesmere, R. Lee, Elles- 
mere 



J. Gloyer, J. H.Sutton, 
W. Eddowes, F. 
Whitwelh H. Keate, 
W. R. Brock, H. J. 
Buck 



E. Davis, W.'Thurs- 
field, sen., T. W, 
Haslehu8t,W.Thur8- 
field, jun. 



R. Wilding, R. Jones, 
T. R. C. Downes 



E. B. Whitcombe 



W. W. MoiTis, H. M. 
Lemon, R. Jones, H. 
Brook 



F. J. Sandfurd, M.D., 
J.A.WalmsIey. T.Ro- 
berts, W. E. Glen 
dinnen,W. S. Meek 



. W. Roe, M.D., 
J. W. Moorhouse, 
M.D., E. Sandford, 
W. Griffiths, T. P, 
Presoott, J. Parker 



J. Pollard, Oakham Lord's 

Hold. Oakham 
Rev. G. Skipworth 
S. C. Turner (M.O.) 
John PoUard Pr. « 
Sarah Pollard, C. 3 

T. Measures, Uppingham 
Rev. H. Rousby, Alston, 

Uppingham 
J. Bell (M.O.) 
Ethtna Linnell 

R.Rowlandson, Berrington, 

Shrewsbury 
Rev. U. R. Slade, D.D. 

F. Whitwell (M.O.) 
Richard Corfield, C. 1 
Eliza Brlggs 

S. B. Barber, St. Leonard, 

Bridgnorth 
Rev. R. Hathoruwaite, 

Bridgnorth 
W. Thuesfield, sen. (M.O.) 

C.Shorland,Chnrch Stretton 
Rev. P. Nunn 
R. Wilding (M.O.) 
Martha James 
T. Harding, Cleobury Mor- 
timer, Bcwdley 
Rev. J. D. Williams 
E. B. Whitcombe (M.O.) 

J. Waidson, Bishop's Castle 

Rev. 

H. Brook (M.O.) 

Thomas Birkmire, C. 2 



W. Crutchley, Drayton-in- 

Hales, Market Drayton 
Rev. R. Upton 
F. J. Sandford, M.D. (M.O.) 
Elizabeth Moreton 



J. P. Pritchard, EUesmere 
Rev. D. Bird , EUesmere 
J. W. Roe, M.D. (M.O.) 
Job Darlington, Pr. 1 



Digitized by V3OOQ IC 



98 



THE UNION, PARISH, AND BOARD OP HEALTH OFFICERS* 





v: 


-■J.i ".. 1- .1 1 




Co. n ties & Unions. 


III 


= c 


-.m% 


£^ 




Chairmen 




Area in Acres, 


111 


11 


^•t 't'S 


i-h 


Clerks and Treasurers. 


and 




and 


><§ 


Sa &| 


= 1 




Vice. Chairmen, 




Population inlSGl. 


^^S 


z£ 


S c^ 


<P. 








SALOP-co;i. 1 














Ludlow . . 34 40 


14 Th.f G. 


34 CL, R. W. Lloyd, 


T. C. Bridges 




A. M.l»r 1 1 










Ludlow 


Rer. CAdama 




P. 17,71 r 














'7V., John Rocke, Old 
Bauk, Ludlow 


W. Tinson 




Madeley . 

A. 27,051 
P. 30,403 


12 


a. 


2 


F.f. 


G. 


34 


CL. H. Boycott, Ironbridge. 

Si'ellinirtoa, Salop 
TV., Henry Creswell 


W. L. Lowndes 
Rer. G. Edmonds 
















Tayleur Dickenson, 




















Iron Bridge 






Newport . 


16 


22 


8 


Tu.f 


G. 


34 C/., IL N. Heane, Kawport, 


T. Boultbce 




A. 47,477 












|_8«»<»P_ _ 


Rer. J. Till 




P. 15,447 














TV*., The Shropsbire 
Banking Company, 
Newport, Salop 






•Oswestry . 


14 


15 


1 


M.f. 


G. 


34 


CL, W. L Buli; Os- 


B. H. B. Owen 




A. 70,348 














westry* 


J. Uamer 




P. «3,778 














TV., James Thomas 
Jones (Banker), Os- 
westry [nal 


- 




Shiffnal . . 


16 21 


7 


M.f. 


G. 


88 CI., A. Phillips, Shiff. 


Rev. J. Brooke 




A. 40,053 














At. CI., P. Oiborne, ShUfiial 


J. T. Phillipa 
J. Evett 




P. 11,901 














TV., George Joseph 


















Smith(Bank),Sbiflrnal 






♦Shrewibury . 


6 


12 


, , 


M.f. 


G. 


34 


C'I.,H. Morris, Shrews- 


E. H. Low« 




A. 16,583 














buryt 


R. M. Healing 




P. 25,784 














TV.,Wm.Bnt1er Uoyd, 
Monk Moor, Shrews. 






, 














bury 






Wellington . 


11 19 


9 


Th.f 


G. 


34 


CL, G. Marcy, Wel- 


S. Minor 




A. 33,528 














lington, Salop 


T. W. Daviea 




P. 23,873 














TV., Henry Dickinson, 




















Coalbrook Dale,Wel. 
lington, Salop 






Wem . . 


11 


16 


8 


Th.f 


G. 


34 


CL, W- Owen, Wem 


Her. J. Hill 




A. 62,640 














TV., William Heatley, 


D. Boote 




P. 10,644 














Wem 






Whitchurpli . 


25 


37 j 3 


F.f. 


G. 


34 


CL, R. B. Joner, 


R. P. Etbelston 




A. 3»,076 














Whitchurch, Salop 


W. Hassan 




P. 11.272 














TV.,HenryMorri?,(Na- 


Rer. C W. Cox ! 


Someraet- 














tionalProyincial Rk.) 






sblre: 














Whitchurch, Salop 






Axbrid^e 


38 


49 17 


Tu.f 


A. 


35 


CL, W. Trew, Ax- 


ReT. F. L. Hesse 




k. 105,679 














bridge, Weston- 


ReT.J.Wi11iam8on' 


P. 36,106 














snper-Mare 
TV., James Gordon 
(Bank). Weston- 


W. Magg.,jun. 
















super- Mare 


<» 


1 
1 

1 1 



♦ Under Local Acts. 



t Clerk to the Guardians of the Poor. 



POCKET ALMAKAC AMD GUIDE. 



Rdiering OiBcen and 
District!. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, arid Teachers. 



i 
§« 

^l 



Ludhwt W. Harding, Lud- 
low — Leintwardine, R. 
Millichamp, Lady Halton, 
Bronifield — Diddlebury, 
J. Sambrook, Bromfield 



No. 1, or Madeley, W. Mor- 
HstDoBeley, Dawley Green 
—No, », w Broseley, W. 
T. Jones, Broseley 

The Union, B. Rees, Chet 
wynd Aston, Newport, 
Salop 



T/pper,T. Dayies^Tbe Nant, 
Oswestry— /.otiriT, T. Ro- 
gers, Moreton Cottage, 
near Cliirk, Oswestry 

The Unien, H. Tbomason, 
Shiflnal 



H. Meyniott,J.Souih 
em,T.R.C. Downes, 
R. Jones, J.R.Qnick 



G. Davis, W.T. Harts- 
horn, M. D., M. 
Webb, F. H. Harts- 
born,W.P. Brookes 

W. Lindop, G. A. Bad 
deley, A. H. Godby, 
J. Greene 



G. Kilby, Stanton Lacy, 

Ludlow 
Rev. R.W. Russell, Ludlow 
H. Meymott (M.O.) 
Elizabeth A. Date, Pr. 1 



J. Hayes, Madeley, Iron- 
bridge 
Rev. G. Wiutour 
W.T. Hart»horii,M.D.(M.O.) 

L. James, Newport, Salop 
Rev. D.Mountfield,Newport, 

Salop 
W. Lindop (M.O.) 



J.Edmunds,J. Wynne, G. Fulcber, Oswestry 
R. Broughton, R.' Rev. G. Cutbbert, Oswestry 
Blaikie K. Blaikie (M.O.) 

Mary Fulcher, C. 



H. Btdwell, C. H. 



J.C.Fielding, ShifliialTown 



Johnson, J.W. Proc-; Rev. F. O. Durant, Sliiffuul 
ter, J. Greene J. W. Procter (M.O.) 



W. Boyce, R. Price, R. Pool, 
T. Harwood, C. Matthews, 
V. Crump, and J. Daviesk 
Shrewsbury 

Wemngton, E. Yicken, 
Ketley, Wellington, Salop 
— ErcaU Magna, W. 
Parry, Waters Upton, Wel- 
lington* Salop 

The Union, H. Stockall, 
Wem 



The Union, R. Henshall* 
Whitchurch, Salop 



U. Keate, E. Andrew,, 
J. N. Heathcote 



H. Hayes, J. Morgan, 
R. P. Weston 



S.B.Gwynn,T.Wether. 
head, J. G. Wilson, 
A. P. Rayner 

J. Bromiield, W* 
Thomson, J. Parker, 
R. Parker 



No. 1, R. Yickery, Weston- 
super-Mare ^ — No* %, C. 
Pope, Congresbnry, Bristol 
— JVo. 3, W. H. Latcham, 
Blackford, Somerset— Ab. 
4, h Gane, East Brent, 
Bridgwater 



G. Smith, J. Hard 
wick,W. Furnivall 
C.V.Hitchins, P. C. 
Chadwick, J. Law 
rence/RJ'.Tyley.J. 
Ford, H. G. Phelps, 
F. Waghorn, J. C- 
WiUiams 



W. Parker, Meole Brace, 
Shrewsbury 

Rev. J. R. Leirh 

H. Keate (M.O.) 

Rhoda Parker 
G.Tbomas,WelIington,Sak>p 

£. Weuving, Ercali Magna, 
Wellington, Salop 

H. Hayes (M.O.) 

J. Morgan (M.O.) 

E. Weaving \ GJVeuving 

A. Rowley, Wem 

Rev. W. Boulton, Wem 

S. B. Gwynn (M.O.) 

A, Rowley \ Afary Lane 

G. H. Somerville„ Whit- 
church, Salop ( 

ReT. A. S. Prior , 

J. Bromfield (M.O.) 

W. Baasett.Comptou Bishop j 

Weston-super-Mare 
Rev. W. Aldrit | 

G. Smith (M.O.) i 

James Salisbury, C. 1 | 

EUx. Salisbury, g. 3 



• And 39 for the HospitaL 



Digitized by V3OOQ IC 



100 THE UKION, 


PARISH 


, AVD ] 


BOABD OF HEALTH OFFICERS 


■1 


Counties A Unions, 


J 


•si 


|l 


•ot 




II 




Chairmen 




Area in Acres, 
and 


•5 

•n 

s 


II 




II 


S'S 


11 


Clerks and Treasurers. 


and 
Vice-Chairmen. 




Population inlSGl. 

SOMERSETSH— co/i- 


^ 


^ s 


'^'C 


^S 


«S 


<Q 




















Bath 


24 41 


9 


w. 


A. 


35 


CA, H. P. Hulbert, 


Major Allen 




A. 30,321 














Bath 


S. E. Day 




p. 68,33<J 














7V., Frederick Falk- 
ner, Bath 


J. M. SUum 




Bed minster 


23 


34 


12 


Tu. 


A. 


35 


CI, T. Coles, Easton 


J. Mordaunt 




A. 57fi6S 














in Gordano, Bristol 


Rer. F. Brows 




P. 41^7 














TV., John Wm. Mites, 
(Messrs. Miles, Har- 
ford, &Co.'sBankO 
Bristol 


H.Bennett 




Bridgewater . 
A. W,273 


40 


52 


15 


W. 


A. 


30 


CL, P. Reed, Bridge 
water 


T. P. Broadmead 
W. M. Porter 




P. 34,«0 














TV., Robert Salmon 
(Bank),Bridgewater 






Cbard 


34 


44 


7 


M.f. 


A. 


30 


C/., T.B. Gottld,Cbard 


W. F. Cuif 




A. 00,343 












TV. Jn. ChorcbiU Lang^ 


Rer. G. Ware 




P. 25,591 








1 




don (Messrs. Stuek- 
eys* Bauk), Cbard 






Clutton . . 


29 


37 


10 


F.f.iA. 


35 


CL, B. H. Perrin, 


B. Smith 




A. 47,02« 














Temi>leCloud,Bristol 


W. B. Naiah 




P. 23,721 














TV., Peter Frei'land 
Aiken (Mess.Stnck- 


















eys' Bank), Bristol 






Dulverton 


12 


14 


3 


S.f. 


A. 


10 


CI., S.H.Warren, Dul* 


R. Dessham 




A. 57,906 














Terton 


G.Cook 




P. 6,158 














TV.. Alfred Exell, 
(Bank), Dulyerton 






Frome 


2» 


37 


10 


Tn.f 


A. 


35 


C/., G. W. Bradbury, 


Rer. C. F. Baker 




A. 51,239 














Frome 


L. Perman 




P. 23,700 














TV., Edmund Henry 
Dickinson, Berkeley, 
Frome 


U. Sperring 




Keynsbam 


19 


28 


9 


Tu. 


A. 


35 


CI., T. Oxford, Keyn- 


H. Stone 




A. 33,358 














sbam, Bristol 


J. Score 




P. 21,802 














TV., Peter Freeland 
Aiken (Mess. Stuck- 
eys* Bank.), Bristol 


J. Harding 




Langport 


29 


Zi 


7 


To. 


A. 


30 


CI., J. F. H. Warren, 


Y. Stuckey 




A. 99!39I 














Langport 


R.S.R.Pittard 




P. 17,999 














TV., William Bond 
Paul, (Banker), 
Langport 






Sbepton afallet 


24 


30 


8 


Tu.f 


A. 


35 


a., G. M. Mackay, 


E. H. Clerk 




A. 49,857 














Sbepton Mallet 


R.Normaa 




P. 10,019 














TV., Joaepb GQes 
(Banker), Wella 


J. HeakiM 





FOCKBT ALMANAC AND GVIDB. 



101 



Relieving Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and leachers. 



'XB 



No. 1, J. ManniBgs, Abbey- 
place> Bath— iVa.2,S.WiUis, 
Combe Down, Bath — No, 3i 
W.Daris^^bbey-place, Bath 
^Ass.Reliev.OJicers/orVa' 
grants, H. Cook and J. Gala- 
worthy, Bath 
IVo.l,J. Tomklns, Bediniiuter,Brto- 
tol, A. SUlM, Bwlminster, Briitol 
—ffo. % J. Sperrin, Flax BourtoOj 
Bristol— iVo. 8, J. B. Qoodman, 
Clevedoa, Bristol— iVo. 4, J, M. 
Harris, 8t. George, Bristol 



P. Hanhain,H.Ma88ey, 
J. Barrett, J. Law- 
rence, W. A.Cox,W. 
Hitcbins, J. Hintou, 
R. Biggs 



No. 1, 8. Tazewell, Bridge- 
water— iVo. 2, G. Cozens, 
Moorlinch, Glastonbury — 
No. 3, J. Warner, North 
Petherton, Bridgewater 

Cliard, W. Tramp, Chard 
— Crewkerne, J. Marsh, 
Crewkeme — Ibninster, 
J. Jones, Ilminster 



MidsomerNort&n, E. Hurst, 
Midsomer Norton, Bath — 
Clutton.G.^. Pike,Clut- 
ton, Bristol— J/arj^rree, J. 
Salmon, Rast Harptree, 
Blagdon 

The Union, J. W. Bradley, 
Dulverton 



T. T. Smart, W. W. 
Day, T. Dowling, 6. 
Adams, J. Hurd,F. 
Weatberly, £. S. 
Uoyd, G.Pizey 

H. Brook, H. B. Hur- 
man, R. Axford, 
C. Young, £. Carse, 
J. E. Poole, W. 
M. Silke, W. A. 
Sunimersjj .Corn wall 

R.W.Spicer,N.W.Spi 
cer, jun., A. G. Cox, 
O.H.M.Mu]es,F.H. 
Browu« W. Harvey 



No. 1, or Frome, S. J. Par- 
sonsyFrome— iVo.2,or Ro<idy 
T. W. Langley, Road, Bath 
—No. 3, or KUmersdon, T. 
Nuth, Babiug^on, Bath— 
No. 4, or Nunney,T. Baby, 
Nunney, Frome 

No. 1, J. D. Coates, Keyn- 
sham, Bristol— iVo. 2, G. 
Tyler, Hanham, Bristol— 
iVb.3,W. Mansfield, Siston, 
Bristol 

First, £. Willy, £ast LamJj, 
brook, Uminster^<$«c<»ul, 
T. H. Davies, Somerton 



No. 1, 3i Hawkins, Shepton^ 
Mallet— iV<». 2, E. Leyers- 
edge, Erercreechy Bath 



A. Waugh, M.D., P. 
Crang, C. H.Collins, 
W. F. Lorell, J. D. 
Perrin, M.D. 



J. J. Constable, M.D., 
G. R. Norris, H. J. 
Edwards, M.D. 



E. Bush, H.F. Parsons, 
G. Terry, J. E. Ben 
nett, A. J. Marsh 



J. Lodge, H. M. Grace, 
W. Hitchins, T. W. 
Fryer 



Prankerd, R. W. 
Martyn, C. Edkins, 
J. Hughes, W. Har- 
rey, R. Culling 

T. St. John Hudson, S. 
S. Larcombe, R. 
Culling ,T. S. Baker, 
F. Keene, M.D. 



G. Dowling, Lyneoombe and 

Widcombe, Bath 
Rev. J. J. Rew, Bath 
R.T. Goro(M.O.) 
WiUiamWinckworth, Eff. 2 
Annie Morris fi. 3 
Hannah Redman^Pr. 2 
W. Allies, Long Ashton, 

Bristol 
Rev. J. W. Coles 
W. W. Day (M.O.) 
Robert Clyde, Eif. 3 
Emma A. Plumlcy, Pr. 2 
T. Baker, Bridgewater 
Rev. J. W. Collins 
R. Axford (M.O.) 
Mr. RoskiUy 
Mrs. RoskiUy 

J. Edmonds, Chard 
Rev. G. Phillips, Chard 
R. W. Spicer (M.O.) 
George Rogers, Pr.^2 
Sarah A. Greenslade 
J. Dury, Clutton, Bristol 
Rev. T. B. Johnstone 
J. D. Perrin, M.D. (M.O.) 
Ferdinand Bali, Elf. 3 
Mary E. Burt, Eff.3 

R. Hammond, Dulverton 

No Chaplain 

W. Trevor (M.O.). 

Amy Phillips 

H. Greenslade, Fi-ome 

Rev. W. Crouch, Frome 

E. Cockey (M.O.) 

Joseph Crosse, C. 3 

Elixa Talbotp Pr. 2 . 



[Bristol 
H. England, Keynsham, 
Rev. H. J. Rutherford 
R. Colthurst, M.D. (M.O.) 
Richd. Woolright, C. 2 
Elizabeth S. Bait [port 
W.Murrant,HighHam,Lang> 
Rev. J. K. Fowler 
J. Larcombe (M.O.) 
Catherine Philips 



D. Byles, Sheptonjtfallet 
Rev. U. Pratt 
T.St. John Hudson (M.O.) 
Elizabeth J. Byles, Eff. t 



Digitized 



byLiOO^e 



1,029 



360 



320 



401 



60 



247 



446 



102 THE UNION, PABI8H, ANB BOABB OF HBALTH OFFICERS'' 



Counties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in 1 86 > . 



O)^ 



1? 






§31*2 3 

9) is -jsi a 



Clei-fcs and Treasurers. 



CHiairmen 

and 

Yice-diairmeD. 



SOMERSETSH.-con. 
Taunton . 

A. 70,452 
P. 35,6«I 



Wellington 

A. 00,454 
P. 20,480 



WeDa 



A. 64,822 
P. 21,889 



Williton . 

A. 109^202 
P. 19,918 



Wincanton 

A. 66,120 
P. 21,5e«> 



YeoTil 



41 



A. 32,151 
P. 28,180 



Soutliamp^ 
tonshlrei 

Alresford . 

A. 39,761 
P. 7,182 



Alton 

A. 33,057 
P. 12,063 

•Alrerstoke 

A. 5/»2 
P. 22,«5a 



41 



46 



19 20 



24 



Th. 



W. 



W. 



F. 



A. 



35 



35 



W.f. 



a., H. C. Trenchard, 

Taunton 
TY.f Henry Badeock, 

(Banker,) Taunton 



C«.,R. A. Were, Wel- 
lington, Somerset 

TV., Vincent John Rey- 
nolds, (Messrs. Stnc- 
keys' Bank,) Wel- 
lington 

CL, S. P. Rus.s Wells 
TV., Joseph Oiles, 

(Messrs. Stuckeys* 

Bank,) Wells 



CI., H. White, Willi- 
ton, Taunton 

TV. , Ambrose Goddard 
Lethbr idge ,Taunton 



67., J. Lancaster,Win- 
canton 

TV., WiUiam Stuckey 
Wood, (Bank,) Win- 
canton 

CI., J. Rodber,YeoTil 

TV., Herbert Butler 

Batten (Messrs.Stnc- 

keys' Bank),YeoTiI 



CI, M. H. Moss, Al- 
resford 

Tr., Edward Black- 
more (Banker), 
New Alresford 

C;.,M. H. Moss, Alton 

TV., Henry Joyce Mul- 
cock, (Bank,) Alton 

CI., T. H. Field, Go»- 

portt 
TV., George Gillman, 

(Banker,) Portsea, 

Portsmoutb 



R. E. M. King 
J. C. MaograTe 



H. 6. Moyaey 
C. Elwoitby 



Gen. Coles 
ReT.W. F. NeTOle 



Rer. R. Pbole 
R. Kidner 



C. Barton 
T. £. Rog*r» 



J.Traak 
H. Male 



F.Marx 
J. Hnggias 



H. Buminghaxn 
T. Bell 



Ch., W. Smith 
ViHtor, Admiral 
Blake 



* -Oflbert Incorporation. f Clerk to the Guardians of the Poor. 

H One of tbo £z-o2!ido Ouardiani is the Treasurer of the Unioa, 



POCKBT ALMANAC AND GUIDB. 



10 





Relieving Officers and 


District 


Workhouses. 


■~" 






S 




Districts. 


Medical Officers. Masters, Chaplains, Medical 


4 






Officers, and Teachers. 




No. I, P. D. S. Whitwham, 


C.H.Corni8h,T. Elmes.'p. Paltridge, St.MaryMag. 


410 




Tamtoa — No. 2, M. J. 


J. Bendall, H. P.| dalene, Taunton 






Pearoe, Bishop's Lydeard, 


Oliver, A. Taylor,' Rev. F. J. Smith, Taunton 






Taunton— iVo.3, T. Thome , 


A. L. Peacock, S. S. Farrant (M.O.) 






North Carry, Taanton— 


Far rant 


7%o*. ^«ifey,Eff.2 






No. 4, 6. F. Shepherd, 




Emma Bailey, C. 1 






Bla^doD, Pitminster/Taun- 
ton 










Wellington, S. R. Morgan, 


W. Reynolds, G. Kid- 


R. Trotman, Wellington, 


300 




Wellington, Somerset — 


gell, F. D. W. 


Somerset 






WlvelUcombtt F. Flood, 


Wheaton, F. E. 


Rev. E. A. Webber 






MilFerton 


Pearse, H. W. Ran- 
dolph, A. F. Ed- 
wards, N. B. Grigg 


W. Reynolds (M.O.) 
Samuel Trim 
Maria Berridge 






No.\, or Wais, W.Thatcher, 


T. Purnell, M.D., C. 


J. Hall, St. Cuthbert-in- 


300 




Wells— iVo. «, or Glaston- 


Pope, M. D., J. 


Wells 






bury, R.W.Fear, Glaston- 


A. Bright, R. Par- 


Rev. G. Blissett, Wells 






bury 


neU, M.D. 


H. W. Livett, M.D. (M.O.) 
Charles E. Roach 
Emily Mary Bassett 






No. 1, J. Young, Dunster, 


W. Gaye, R. Hole, C. 


J. F.^Foot, St Decuman's, 


300 




Taunton— JVtf.«,C.Ro88iter, 


Williams, J.Crocker, 


Taunton 






St<viimb«r , Taunton 


A. Howse, G. R. 
Norris, J. North 


Rev. J. Tripp 
C. Williams (M.O.) 
James Nicholas 
Elizabeth Child, C. 2 






CMf fer«ry,G.Pitmau ,North 


J. J. Luce,M.D. J.Sur- 


W. Bird, Wincanton 


240 




Cadbnry, Castle Cary,Bath 


rage, M.D., C. P. 


Rev. H. Collins, Wincanton 






—'Milbome Port, S. Wor- 


Coombs, B. Hegin- 


J. J. Luce, M.D. (M.O.) 






thy, Abbas and Temple 


botham, H. Adams, 


Ann C. Sprague 






Comb*, Blandford— >r<». 


M.B., S. N. Parsons 








canton, KRead,Wincautou 










First, H. Jerrard, Yeoril— 


R.Aldridge,F.J. Par- 


G. Murrant, Yeovil 


300* 




Second, T. Johnson, Mar- 


sons, W.W.Walter, 


Rev. J. Langdon 






took 


J. D. Adams, W. A. 
Harvey, G. F. Wills, 
W. Francis 


R. Aldrige (M.O.) 
MaryA.PalmenPr.l 






The Union, J. Barker, New 


G. Hayles, J. K. Lips- 


J. Stratton, New Alresford 


200 




Alreaford 


comb 


Rer. A. H. Stogdon 
G. K. Lipscombe (M.O.) 






No. 1 or Alton, C. Biddle, 


C.J. Allam,M.D.,T. 


H. Wilson, Alton 


220 


1 


Alton— ATo. ft, or Binsted, 


Wilson, M.D., C. 


Rev. W.M. Ireland. Alton 






W. Harbor, Binsted, 


Hammond, M.D. 


L. Leslie, M.D. (M.O.) 






Alton 








1 


T. White, 2S, High Street, 


W. J. Rundle, F. J. 


J. Mair, Alverstoke, Gos- 


237 




Oosport 


Lowes 


port 
Rev. T. Walpole 
P.J. Lowes (M.O.) 
Thomas Bone 
Jane Dotterill, Pr. 3 





* Exclusive of Hospital. 



104" THE UNION, PABISH, AND BOABD OF HEALTH OFFICERS* 



Counties & Unions,!^ 
Area in Acres, S 
and \^ 

Population in 1861.} 



£-^ 



SOUTHA*IPTOM-c;«. 
AndoTer . 

A. 83,615 
P. 17,125 



Basingstoke . 39 
A. 73,852 
P. 17,429 



Catherington . 
A. 11,197 
P. 2,497 

Christchurch . 
A. 36,775 
P. 10,438 



Droxford . 

A. 48,263 
P. 10,665 



Fareham . 

A. 42,225 
P. 14,864 

•Famborough . 
A. 12,244 
P. 8,337 



Fordingbridge . 
A. 31,167 
P. 6,377 



Hartley Wint- 
ney 

A. 42,051 

P. 11,480 

Havant 

A. 23,891 

P. 7,212 



^Headley . 

A. 15,429 
P. 3,128 



13 



10 



12 



F.U 



Tu.f 



M.f. 



Tu.f 



P.f. 



Tu.f B. 



P.f. 



P.f« 



Th.f 



M.f. 



O O 



a. » 3.2 



Clerks and Treasurers. 



Chairmen 

and 

Vicc-Chairmen. 



B. 



B. 



B. 



CI', T.Lamb.Andover 

TV., George Hunt, 

(Bank,) Andover 



2 CA,W.Challis,Basing- 
stoke 

TV., Willi am Gibson 
Hillier, Basingstoke 



17 CA, C. J. Longcroft, 
Havant 
TV., George Alexander 
I Gale, Homdean 
17 Cl.,H. Pain, Cbrist- 
! church 

TV., Henry Stokes, 
I (Wilts and Dorset 
I Bank,) Christchurch 
17 CI., Thomas Hayden, 
High-street, Fare- 
ham 
TV., Charles James 
Gunner, (Banker,) 
Bishop's Waltham 
17 CI., J. M. Stedham, 
I Fareham 
TV., Hampshire Bank- 
ing Co., Southampton 
C/.,W. Brooks.Odihamt 
TV , Richard Kelsey, 
Yately, Farnborough 
Station 



ReT. C. Dodson 
F. II. Losoombe 



W. L. Sclater 
W. L. W. Chute 



17 



17 



CI., R. M. Davy, Ford- 

ingbridge 
TV., Geoi^e Richard 

Gane (Wilts & Dorset 

Bank)Fordingbridge 
CI., W. Brooks, Odiham 
TV., John Seymour, 

(Banker,) Odiham 



CI., C. J. Longcroft, 
Havant 

TV., George Hunt, 
(Banker,) Southamp- 
ton 

CI., C. Bridger, Head- 
ley, Liphookt 

TV., Willm. Chalcraft, 
Bramshott, Liphook 



R. Gale 
J. Mortimer 



G. O. Aldridgre 
H. Bone 



H. Wooldridge 
W. Friend 



H. Carter 
Captain Diek.on, 
R.N. •• 

FisUar, G. Mason 



V. Pinhom 
J. W. Jeans 



J. CaTC 
C. Bennett 



J. Deverell 
J. W. Deacon 



Visitor, W. Chal. 
craft 



* Gilbert Incorporations. 



t Clerk to the Guardians of the Poor. 



rOCKBT ALUAVAC AND GUIDE. 



105 



Relieving OflBoenaiMl 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Worlchouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



^B 



N0. ]» J. €oster, Cliarlton, 
AndoTeK^-Aro.2, J.Purver, 
Hurstboume Tarrant, 
Andover— iVo. 3, W.Wa- 
ters, Wherwell, Andover 
—No. 4, G. Postans, Am- 
port, AndoYer 

'\SaHngst9ke, W. L. Curtis, 
Basingstoke— ^ram^, T. 

I White, West Sherborne, 
Basingstolce— i>w»»m«r, J. 
BilUmore, Dummer, Ba- 
singstoke 
The UnUm, W. Tribe, 
Homdean 



The Unim, S. Bemister, 
High Street, Christchurch 



The Union, C. F. Badd, 
Droxford, Bishop'v Wal- 



Titch/leld, J. Parkes, Titch- 
field, Fareham — Fare' 
ham, 6. Ires, Fareham 

W. Cook* Blaekwater, Farn- 
boroagh Station 



The VnUnh 6* HoUoway, 
Fordiagbridge 



. M.Goodinge, F. Eld- 
ridge, T. Pike, G. 
Covey, T. W. Blake. 
J. H. Elliott 



. P.Lewis,R.B.S weet 
ing, C. Webb, F. 
Izod, T. Svireeting 



J. T. Kirkman 



W. Watmoogh, A. Q. 
Palmer 



i, Gaman,H. Grearea, 
F. S. Rogers, 
Thompeon 



W. Hoar, J. Langford, 
F. B. Jessett, W. 
Barnard, J.W.B.A1 
der, M.D. 

W. Dariea 



J. Clifton, T. B. Bake 



Fir9t, D. Snvgga, Hartley 
Wintn^y, Winehfield— .S'e- 
oMul, T« Dieker, Odiliam 



The Umleth9,WmikM, Harant W. Stedmaa, W. Ban- 
nister, D. W. Ste- 
phens 



W. Bosscowen, Bmmsliott, 
Liphook 



T. J. Biddle, TA.Free- 
man,6. Pound, J. J. 
Gillam 



/. Woods, M J>. 



£. C. Stedham, Andover 
Rev. J. Harrison, Andorer 
J.M. Goodinge (M.O.) 
James Foord, C. 2 
Anne Fomrd, C. 3 



J. ForJer, Basing, Basing- 

stoke 
Rev. W. R. Workman 
G.Webb (M.O.) 
Matilda A. Smith, C. 3 

J. Pickford, Catherington, 

Homdean 
No Chaplain 
J. T. Kirkman (M.O.) 
H. Heath, Christchurch 
No Chaplain 
A. Q. Palmer (M.O.) 
Lucinda Gould, EflT. 3 

£.White,Droxford, Bishop's 

Waltham 
ReT. A. Loved ay 
J. Thompson (M.O.) 
Marjf A. Gates 

T. Taplin, Fareham 
Rev. F. Smith, Fareham 
W. Barnard (M.O.) [C. 3 
A . Joh nston,Vr. uif.Pearce, 
C. J. Moss, Famborough 
Rer. F. J. Burlton 
W. Davies (M.O.) 



W. Dewson, Fordingbridge 
No Chaplain 
J. Clifcon (M.a) 
Georgina Churchill 

J.Hi8kins,Hart]eyWintney, 

Winchfield 
Rer. F. O. Giffard 
T. A. Freeman (M.O.) 

J. Weeks, Har ant 

No Chaplain 

W. Bannister (M.O.) 



, Headley, Lip* 
hook 
No Chaplain 
" Woods, M.P. (M.i)) 



3M 



420 



ItO 



2M 



Gofegk 



100 



250 



I0B 



Digitized by 



106 THE UNION, PABISH, AND BOARB OF HEALTH OFFICERS 





Counties & Unions,' J 'o § J, 


r^ki-\oA.%^\ 




Chairmen 






Area in Acres, j-2 ' | ^ ^ "P 1 S^'^ 1 


iS'-^B < 


;:;ierks and Treasurers. 


and 








1 3'o « 


Is t .S£ 




V ice-Chairmen. 






^^opulatirm in 1861. ^ ^ c ^ O i ^ 1- 


sq;<q I 








SOUTHAMPTOM-c«. 






1 












Hursley . • 4 


8 


4 Tu4l 


B. 


17 CU H. Plumridge, 


Sir W. Heathcote, 






A. 16,338 












Hiirsley,Winchester 


Bart. 






P. 2,550 












rV., Charles March 
Deane, (Banker,) 
Winchester 


J. B. yonge 






Kingsdere . 15 


18 


8 1 


Pu.f 


B. 


2 


C?/erAr, C. A. Graham, 


W. Fox 






A. 46,787 












Kingsclere.Newbury 


Rer. R. Pole 






P. 8,517 












7V.,CharIes S. Slooock, 
Newbury 








Lymington . 6 


13 


S 


M.f. 


B. 


17 


a/., E. U. Moore, Ly- 


J. S. Nicholls 






A. 33,3d4 












mington 


W. Peaeock« 






P. 12,(tt3 












TV., George Foster St. 
Barbe, Lymington 








New Forest . 8 


IS 


7 


M. 


B. 


17 


C/.,E. Cox wen, South- 


R. F. Wingrove 






A. 67,102 






f.8. 






ampton 


J. Fletcher 






P. 13,031 












TV., Henry Robert 
Stanley Peacce, 








Petersfield . 12 


16 


3 


rh.f 


B. 


17 


CA,W.Albery, Peters- 


E. Shenton 






A. 40,112 












field 


R. G. P. Minty 






P. 7,853 












TV., John F. Hunnard 
(London and County 
Bank,) Petersfield 








Portaea Island . : 


> 22 


9 


W.f 


B. 


17 


CL, T. P. Wills, Port- 


J.F.Pratt 






A. 7,806 












sea, Portsmouth 


T. Batchelor 






P. 94,828 












TV., WUliam Payne, 
(National'Provincial 
Bank of 'England,) 
Portsea, Portsmouth 

[wood 








Ringvood 


5 9 


3 


M.f. 


B. 


17 


<?/., R. Brown, Ring- 


J. Maffey 






A. 16,900 












TV., William Chappie 


, T. Law 






P. 5,151 












(National Provincia] 
Bank,) Ringwood 


I 






Romsey . . 1 


4 20 


5 


M. 


B. 


17 


C/., C. L. Lordan, 


R.G.Linsee 






A. 28,203 












Romsey 


R. Arnold 






P. 10,771 












TV., William Andrews 
Footner, (Banker) 












1 






Romsey 








South Stoneham 


9 17 


8 


Ta. 


t B. 


17 


C/., J. Robins, South 


- C. H.Best 






- A. 30,715 












ampton 


Rer. J. M. Lee 






- P. 25,542 












TV., George Atherley 

(Banker,) Southamp 
ton 


' 






•Soothampton . 


6 IS 


32 


Th 


. B. 


17 


CU, C. C. Smith, 


Tht Magt^^, 






A. 2,630 






f.i 


u 




Sonthamptont 


M. Emanuel 




i 


P. 43,414 








■ 




TV.. George Atherley 
(Banker,) South- 
k mpton 


, J.Smith 





Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



POCKET ALMANAC AND GOISB. 



107 



Relieving OiBcers and 
Districts. 



The Union, J. Reyitolds, 
Haraley, Winchester 



Kingsclere, CTriggs^Kings- 
clere, Newbury — High- 
clere, C. Gomyns, East 
Woodhay, Newbury 

The Union, R. Marshall, 
Lymington 



First, J. Gorbin, Totton, 
Southampton — Second^ 
I. Fielder, Bramshaw, 
Lyndhurst — Third, F. 
Fry, Hythe, Southampton 

No. 1, W. Durman, East- 
mean, Petersfield— iVb. 2, 
J. Gosden, Petersfield 



ATtf. ],'K. Richardson, St 
Thomas-st., Portsmouth— 
No. «, J. Quintrell, Port- 
sea, Portsmouth >- No. 3> 
J.Gillham, Landport,Port 
sea, Portsmouth— iVo. 4, J. 
N. Kent, Fratton, Portsea, 
Portsmouth-iVb.5,B.Framp- 
ton, Southsea, Portsmouth 

The Union, J. Paull, Ring- 
wood 



FIrj*, G. Withers, Romsey 
—Second, J. Bayley, Rom- 
sey 



No . 1, W. H. Goodridge, 
Bitteme, Southampton — 
No. 2, C. Stewart, Free 
mantle, Southampton 

No. h W. Rogers, Terminus 
Terrace^South ampton — No. 
%, J.W. Hill, Southampton 
—No. 3, H. Huntley, 
Southampton 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



p^a 



H. C. Selwood, M.D. 



O. Fowler, G.L. Thom- 
son, G. F. Fox 



N.Adams, W.R.Hill, 
J. B. Goddard, E. 
Ghinery 

J. Wiltshire, W. Saul, 
W. F. Giles, 
Churchil],E,Chinery 



G. Pink, J. Whicher, 
A. W. Leachman 



W. Hardin, H. Gar- 
ter, J. McMaster, F. 
D. Wills^T. P. Simp 
son, O. Dayies 



S. S. Dyer, M.D. 



H. Satnsbnry, M.D., A. 
J.Nunn, H. Dayman, 
P. Taylor 



A. Pern, H. Day- 
man, R. Ires, M.D., 
J. Orsbom, M.D. 



G.Cheesman, R.W.W. 
Griffin, L. A. Law- 
rence — Dispenser, 
H. Chambers 



G. Redhead, Hursley,Win- 
chester 

Rev. J. G. Young 

H. C. Selwood, M.D. (M.O.) 
[bury 

G.R.Hall,Kingsclere, New 

Rev. L. Rugg 

O. Fowler (M.O.) 

Harriet E. Arnsbp 

W. Buckland, Lymington 

Rev. B.Maturii), Lymiug^ton 

fi. Ghinery (M.O.) 

Ann Frankton 

J. Wells, Eling, South- 
ampton 

Rev. T. J. Redhead 

W.Saul (M.O.) 

Mr. Turner 

Mr It. Turner 

H. Dollery, Petersfi«ld 

Rev. R. E. Goles, Peters- 
field 

J. Whicher (M.O.) 

J. Miller, jun., Portsea, 

Portsmouth 
Rey. R. Stevens 
F. Page, M.D. (M.O.) 
Samuel R. Ellis, Eff. 1 
Sophia A. EUis, Eff. 1 
Elizabeth Payne 



J. Mathams, Ring wood 

No Ghaplain 

S. S. Dyer, M.D. (M.O.) 

Rose M. Christmas 

C. Goddard, Romsey Extra 

Rev. R. Woodman, Romsey 

H. Sainsbury, M.D. (M.O.) 

H. Jacob I Eliz. Keens 

[Southampton 
S. C. Gane, South Stoneham, 
Rev. J.T. W.Baker 
A. Pern (M.O.) 
John White, Pr. 2 \ 
Alice A. Hatley, C. 2 
G. Maine, St. Mary, 

Southampton 
School Houses 
Sick Tramp Wards 
Rev. G. Bradshav 
H.Bencraft(M.O.)' 
Frederick Willcox, 0. 1 
Ann Harland, Eff. 1 

Digitized by VjOOQIC 



270 



250 



1,443 



120 



110 
25 



108 THE UNION, 


PARISH 


f AHD BOABD OF HEALTH 


OFFICEB8* 




Counties & Unions, 


I'll 


|i 


"sg 


l§ 


2 5 




Cbainaen 




Area in Acres, 




1-2 


>^^S 


^5 




Clerks and Treasurers. 


afid 




and 


a| 


2I 


«s 


^1 




Vjce-Chairmen. 




Population in 1861. 


^i"l 


s 


oQ 


<« 








SOUTHAMPTON^n.) 












[Stockbridge' 




Stockbridge . JIS 


22 


2 


Th.f 


B. 


17 


CA, H. L. Footner, JUr. W. Bloat 




A. 45,343 














TV., William Andrews T. Attwood 




P. ' 7,tt6 














Footner (Banker), 
Romsey 




Whitchurch . 


8 


11 


3 


lf.f. 


B. 


2 CL, S. Clarke, Whit- : W. S. Portal 




A. 29,513 j 










j choreh.MitcheldeTer Rer. G. R.P«ttet 




P. 5,522 










Tr., George Hunt, 


















1 Soathampton 






Wight, Isle Of. 


32 


54 


20 


Th. 


B. 


17 CL, F. Stratton, New- 


SirU.P. Gordon^ 




A. 09,746 








f. 






port. Isle of Wight 


Bart. 




P. 55,36* 














TV., William MoUett, 
Newport,l8leofWlght 


T. M. Leaooek 
W. B. Mew 




Winchester,New 


34 


38 




S. 


B. 


17 


CL, B. W. Paithfull, 


J. P. Fitt 




A. 62,238 














Winchester 


J. Y. Beat 




P. 23,752 














TV., Wm. Whitcar 
Bnlpett, Highst., 
Winchester 






Stafford- 
sliire: 

tAIstonefield . 








- 












4 


4 


1 


i 


B. 


5 


Tr., Thomas Wood- 


SirW.FitsHfltbert, 




A. 10,460 
















Bart. (^wUiUr) 




P. 1,709 














Ashboomeit 






B orton-on-Treikt 


54 


61 


22 


Th. 


G. 


5 


CL, W. Ck>xon, Bur* 


W. Worthington 




A. 80,652 














ton-apon-Trent 


W. Hopkins 




P. 41,065 














TV., Edwin Brown, 
Union Bank, B«r- 
ton-iipon-Trent 






Gheadle . 


15 


27 


14 


P.f. 


6. 


S 


a.; K. H. lames. 


J. W. PhiUps 




A. 55,146 














Cheadle 


W. S. AUen, M.P. 




P. 20,083 














TV.rf ames GleaTO Wal- 
ker, (Bistrict Bank,) 
Hanley, Leek 


C. W. Harris 




Leek 


10 


28 


6 


W.f 


6. 


5 


CI., W. Challinor, 


John Craso 




A. 65,124 














Leek 


A.l.Worthington 




P. 23,658 














Asst. CX, T. Hallowes 

TV.,Wm. Bacban,jun. 

(DistrictBank,)r4eek 


H. L. Johnson 




Lichfield 


37 


48 


12 


P.f. 


6. 


5 


CI., J. P. Dyott, Lich. 


Captain R. Dyott, 




A. 71,613 














field 


M.P. 




P. 27,541 














TV., Patrick Stewart 
Lichfield 


T. Jackson 




Newcastle - un- 


9 18 


C 


M.f. 


G. 


S 


CI., i. Knight, New- 


T. P. Twamlow 




der-Lyme 












castle-unde^Lyma 


Rer. C. H. Main- 




A. »,718 












7V.,Wm. Cunningham 


waring 




P. 24,567 




1 










Gemme]],Bank,New. 







Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



POCKET ALMANAC AND GUIPB. 



109 



Kdieving Officers and 
Districts. 



District ^ 
Medical Officers. 



Workiiouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teacher*. 



No. J, J. Jollifle, Stockbridge 
— No. 2, J. Bacon, Brough- 
ton/ Stockbridge 

The Union, H. Withers, 
Whitchurch, Mitcheldever 



Newport t R. S. Hearn 
Newport, Isle of Wight— 
Whippingham,G.^.yfliit 
match, East Gowes, Isle 
of 3 Wight -- /Zyde, R. 
Ellman, Ryde, Isle of 
Wight~Gad#AM/, A. Cole, 
6od8hill,Isle of Wight — 
Calboum, J. Woodford, 
Newbridge, Isle of Wight 

No. 1, T. Penton, Winches- 
ter — No. 2, J. Swain, 
Sutton Scotney, Wonston, 
Mitcheldever — No. 3, 
W.Hewlett,jun.,Twyford, 
Winchester 



W. K. Loveless, L. O. 
Fox, M.D. 



H. Hemsted, L. Wool- 
dridge, J. Stevens 



Dr. Castle, H. Taylor, 
M.D., E. P. Wil- 
kins, M.D., W. P. 
Foster, F. B. Tut 
tiett, H. B. Tuttiett, 
C. Meeres, W. Hoff- 
meister, M.D., D. 
Beaton, M.D. 



Each Guardian for his own 
pariah 



Northemyr. W. Ward, Rep- 
ton, Burton-upon-Trent — 
Southern, R. M. Ward, 
B urton-upon-Trent 



The Union, F. Cox, Cheadle 



Leek, T. Rowley, Compton, 
Leek—Longnor, J. Mill 
ward, Longnor, Buxton 



Lieh/ield, J. Gilbert, Lich. 
^eU—Rugeley, J. Hac- 
kett, Rugeley 



The Union, G. H. Tilsley, 
Newcastle-under-Lyme 



J.Godwin, £. Buckell, 
F.Eldridge, J.Wilde 



N. B.Twigge,Dr.Hall 



U.White, Stockbridge 
Rev. W. Druit, Stockbridge 
W. K. Loveless (M.O.) 
S.A. Wetton [Mitchelderer 
G. W. Sutton, Whitchurch, 
Rev, W. M. Dudley 
H. Hemsted (M.O.) 
Geo. W. Sutton, C. 
T. Clark, Carisbrooke.Isle 

of Wight 
Rev. J. W. Elger 
J. E. Beckingsale (M.O.) 
Joseph Bixby, C. 1 
Harriet J. Dugan 
Eliza Gardner, C. 2 
Jane West, Pr. 2 



R.S. Belcher, T.Webb, 
C. Hall, M.D., G. A. 
Cope, S. H. Warren, 
A.HewgilI,M.D.,G. 
Lowe, £. N. Martin 

R.Webb,W.tt Davis, 
M.D.,T.Webb,T.Ro-' 
binson, C.H.Greene 



C. Heaton, R. Cooper, 
R. Tumock, G. Good- 
win, S. Goddard 



M. B. Morgan A. C. 
Morgan. J. Clarke, 
K. T.Xibbits, H.Ed- 
wards, E. H. Snoad 

R. Vernon, M.D., W. 
Walsh, M.D., J. 
Yatea I 



G. Kelly, Weeke, Winches- 
ter 
Rey. C.Walters 
W. England (M.O.) 
Charles Edney 
Jane Vickery, Pr. 1 

W. Fowler, Alstonefield, 
Ashbourne 
Rey. D. Simpson 
N. B. Twiggc M.O.) 

G. W. Cartwright, Homing- 
low, Burton-upon-Trent 
Rev. P. French 
R. S. Belcher (M.O.) 
Frederick C. Blackman 
EUza J. Brooks, C. 1 
G. Bayliss, Cheadle 
No Chaplain 
R. Wbbb (M.O.) 
Mary Stanton 

[Leek 
G. Belfield, Leek and Lowe, 
Rev. P. N. Lawrence 
C. Heaton (M.O.) 
Edward B> Poppleweli,FrA 
Esther M. Popplewell, Eff.2 
A. Winkley, St. Michael, 

Lichfield 
Rev. S. Latham, Lichfield 
M. B. Morgan (M.O.) 
Mary Wright [Lyme 

, Newcastle-under- 
Rev. W. Francis 
J. Yates (M.O.) 
James M. Wildigg, Eff. 2 
Sarah Dounes 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



110 THE UNION, PARISH, 


AND 


BOABD OP HEALTH OFFICERS* 




Counties & Unions, 


i 


ll 


11 


^i 


U 


2 .5 




Chairmen 




Area in Acres, 


1 


If 




rt'f 


%'t 


i'5 


Clerks and Treasurers. 


and 




and - 


2l 


K 5 


s| 


7- .2 


=.s 




Vice-Chairmen. 




Population in 1861.^ 


^^ 


s 


cS 


<s 1 






STAFFORDSH.-co«.! 
















P^nkridge . 22 


32 


17 


Th.f 


G. 


5 


C/., J. Hay, Brewood, 


Lord Hatherton 




A. 70,799 














Stafford 


Captain Tudor 




P. 18,e02 














TV., Henry Hill (Wol- 
yerhampton & South 
Staffordshire Bank- 
ing Company), Wol- 


J. W. Moore 
















verhampton 






Seisdon . . '13 


20 


14 


Ta.f 


G. 


38 


CI., H. Kitson, Wol- 


Lord Wrottesley 




A. 43,574 














rerhampton 


H. Duncalfe 




P. 15,869 














TV., Henry Hill (Wol- 


R. A. Dickins 


















yerharapton &, Staf- 
fordshire Banking 
Co.) ,Wol verb ampton 






Stafford . 


26 


32 


12 


S.f. 


6. 


5 


C/., N. Smith, Staf- 


Hon. and Rev. A. 




. A. 52,022 














ford 


C. Talbot 




P. 24,474 














Tr., Jonas Pilling 
(Banker), Stafford 


Rey. P. S. Bolton 




Stoke-apon Trent 


1 


24 


6 


W. 


G. 


5 


C/., C. Daniel, Stoke- 


T. Ashworth 




A. 10,490 














npon-Trent 


G. Jones 




P. 71,308 














il*.C^.,W.C.Beeten- 
son ,Stoke-upon-Trent 
TV., Thomas Cunning- 
ham, (Banker,) 




















Stoke-apon-Tren t 






Stone 


10 


21 


15 


Tu.f 


G. 


5 


C/., W. T. Middleton, 


T. Marsh 




A. 08,524 














Stone 


C. R. Josepk 




P. 21,926 














TV., Jonas Pilling, 
(Bank,) Stone 






Tamworth 


25 


30 


7 


S.f. 


G. 


23 


C/., J. Shaw, Tam- 


E. Farmer 




A. 46,740 














worth 


J. L. Jennings 




P. 15,504 














Tr., George Pippet, 
(Bank,) Tamworth 






" Uttoxeter . >I 


27 


8 


W.f 


G. 


5 


CI. ,C .Wood, Uttoxeter 


W. J. Fox 




A. 62,800 














TV., John Hare (Bank), 


T. Blftdon 




P. 14,787 














Uttoxeter 






Walsall . . 


8 


20 


4 


P. 


G. 


38 


C/.,R.B. Lewis, Wal- 


M. Coaens 




A. 21,603 














sall 


J. Brewer, Jan. 




P. 59,908 














TV., Henry Duignan, 
(Bank.) Walsall 


C. Green 




West Bromwich 


6 


27 


9 


If. 


G. 


38 


C/., H. Ward, West 


G. Briggs 




A. 19,364 














Bromwich 


T. Lloyd 




P. 92,480 














TV.,Cha8.Edwd.Moli- 
neux ,Wolyerh ampton 


T. S. Hatton 




Wolstanton and * 


16 


7 


Tu.( 


G. 


5 


C/., J. Lowndes, Wol- 


E. Wedgwood 




Burslem 














stanton, Stoke-upon- 


R. Blackhurat 




A. 13,679 














Trenf 


J. Edge 




P. 54,356 














TV.,James GleaveWal- 
ker (Banker), Burs- 
lem ,Stoke-upon-Tren1 






Wolverhampton 


4 


25 


11 


P. 


G. 


38 


CI., E. Pritchard, 


D. Kendrtek 




A. 10,326 i 












Wolyerh ampton 


J. Langman 




P. 111,033 














TV., Henry HtU, Bank 
Wolverhampton 







POCKET ALMANAC AND GUIDE. 



11 



RelieTing Officers and 

Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workiiouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



No, 1, or Brewood, W. 
Pearson, Brewood, Staf- 
ford— iVo. 2, or Penk' 
ridge,E. Shaw, Penkridgej 
Stafford — No. 3, or Can- 
nock, W. Buck, Cannock, 
Stafford 

The Union, C. George, 
Trysull, Wolverhampton 



JTie Union, J. Whadcoat, 
Stafford 



The Parish, J. Higgins, 
Stoke-upon-Trent -^Assist- 
ant Melieving Officer, E. 
Adams, Stoke-upon-Trent 



Stone, T. Tilsley, Barlas- 
toM, ^Xxint—EccleshaU,'T. 
M. Barnes, Eccleshall 

The Union, W. Matthews, 
Tamworth 



Tlie Union, T. Frost, Uttox- 
eter 

Walsall, S. Bugmore, Wsl- 
sall—Darlaston, S. Dan- 
gerfield, Darlaston, Wal- 
sall 

JVest Bromwfch, I. Withers, 
West Bromwich — Wednes. 
bury, T. Johnson, Wednes- 
hury, Old bury— OZtto«ry, J. 
Pardoe,01dbury 

JVo. 1* J. Weaver, Burslem, 
Stoke-upon-Trent — No, 2, 
G. Clayton, Tanstall,Stoke- 
upon-Trent 



T. Crean, M.D., J. M. 

Lister,J.C.Blackford 



No. 1,W. Chapman, Wolver- 
hampdta —No, 2, J. Wil- 
liams, Wolrerharopton — 
No. 3, W.Jennings, Bilston 
— Ao. 4, J. Osborne, Wil 



£. F.Dehane,T. Holy- 
oake, T. W. Hasle- 
hur8tJ.Fraser,M.D., 
H.Bidwell, M.D. 



W. E. Masfen, S. 
Cookson, E. T.Tyle- 
cote, E. F. Weston 

M. H. Ashwell, J. 
Allen, C. Holtom,J. 
B. Davis, W. H 
Davis, W. H. Folker 



C, J. Greatrex, H. 
May, J. Hayes, G.H, 
Hopkins 

S.Edmonds, T.Buxton, 
G. , Utermarck, — 
Martin 

F. Hawthorne, R. Las- 
setter, W, Fletcher, 
W. Higgins,E.Al8op 

F. P. Palmer, J. H. 
Somei-ville,A.Wyllie, 
M.D., S. Partridge, 
W.H.Cooke. M.D. 

B.S.Browne,C.T.Male, 
W.Downes,T.Black- 
wood,J.Beatty,W.H. 
Heyward,H.Sulcliffe, 
W. C. Garman 

C. Davenport, J. M 
Morris, S. Goddard, 
J. Aloock 



H. D. Best, T.T. Stew- 
ard, G.N. Smith, F. 
Dann,W.M.Hancox, 
HJIancox,J.HartilI, 



— AyIing,Brewood, Stafford) 
Rev. W. Rushtou, Brewood, 

Stafford 
T. Crean, M.D. (M.O.) 
Hannah P. Powell, C. 3 



C. George, Trysull, Wolver- 
hampton 
Rer. J. S. Boldero 
J. Fraser, M.D.-(M.O.) 

[Stafford 
W. Wyatt. St. Mary, 
Rev. J. H.Tbeodosius 
W. E. Masfen (M.O.) 
William Piatt J Jane Hugktt 
J. O. McNish, Stoke-upon 
Trent [uponTrent 

Rev. J. W. Brown, Stokc- 
R. Gamer (M.O.) 
Thomas Unwin, Eff. 2 
Sarah Unwin, C. 1 
Susannah Colclovgh 
J. Hankinson, Stone 
ReV. T. Barratt. Stone 
G. H. Hopkins (M.O.) 
Fanny E. Petchell, Pr. 1 
R. James, Tamworth 
Rev. J.O. Millar, Tumworth 
G. Utermarck (M.O.) 
Emma J. harrutt, P. 2 
J. Mason, Uttdxeter 
F. Hawthorne (M.O.) 
Elisabeth R. Maytr, Pr. 2 
T. B. Piirnell, Walsall Fo- 
reign, Walsall 
Rev. M. Hi^tbaway 
J.Burton, M.D. (M.O.) 
James Hon on, C. 3 
W.M.Nutb.West Bromwich 
Rev. B. Willmore 
A. P. Evans (M.O.) 
W,Benson,Ef[.2 \ M.A. Tyler 
J. Bennett, Wolstautos, 
Stoke-upon-Trent 
Rev. F. Elmer 
C. Davenport (M.O.) 



J. Mead, Wolverhampton 
Rev. £. Heastie 
H. Gibbons (M.O.) 
James O'Hara, Eff. 2 
WiUiam Slater 

Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



112 THE UNION, rABISH, Ain> BOARD OF HEALTH OFFICERS 



Counties & Unions, 

Area in Acrts, 

and 

Population in 1861. 






<a 



Clerks and Treasurers. 



ChairmeB 

and 

Vice- Chairmen. 



SuffOllLl 

Bl>- thing . 

A. 92^097 
P. 20,848 



Bosmere aad 
Ctkydon 

A. 57,899, 
P. 16,174 



Bury St. Ed- 
munds 

A. 2,934 
P. 13,318 



Ooeford 

A. 52,696 
P. 17,376 



Hartismere 

A. 54,215 
P. 17,665 



Hoxne 

A. 53,035 
P. 14,694 



Ipswich • 

A. 8,395 
P. 37,881 



Mildenball . 
A. 61,244 
P. 9,595 



Mutford and 
Lothingland 
A. 35,490 
P. 24,050 



40 i 6 > F. 



14 



3d 



37 



16 



36* 



13 



10 



M. 



M.f 



M. 

f.8. 



F.f. 



Tu. 



41 



Cr/., C. White^ulcamp, 
Halesworth 

TV., Thomas Bright- 
wen, (Bank,) Great 
Yarmouth 



Ci., A. Cobbold, Ips- 
wich 

7V.,Saniael Alexander 
Maw,Needham Mar- 
ket, Ipswich 

C/.,J.Cainbridge,jnn., 
Bury St. Edmundst 

TV., Beckford Beyan 
(Banker), Bury St. 
Edmuuds 

C/.,R. Newman, Had- 

leigh 
TV., John Bawtree, 

Colchester 



Earl of Stradbroke 
J. W. Brooke 
£. Deck 



Rer. F. Steward 
Rer. J. Jackson 
W. Boby 



J. W. Clav^ 
C. Downs 



Rev. C. W. Uoyd 
J. Nuxm 
J. 6. Stow 



CI., C. P. Costerton, ReT.C.H.CheTallicr 



Eye 

TV., Thomas French, 
Eye 



H. Wells 



C/.J.L.Moore,Hoxne,' Rer. J. Bedingield 



D. 



Socle 

TV., Zachariah SimpL 
son. Diss 



CLy W. B. Ross, Ips- 
wich 

TV., William Alex-; 
ander, (Bank,) Ips- 
wich 



Cl't 6. Isaacson, 

Mildenhall 
TV., Beckford Sevan 

(Banker), Bury St. 

Edmunds 

CLy T. S. Allerton, 
Lowestoft} 

TV., Thom»« Bright- 
wen (Banker)^ Great 
Yarmouth 



RCT. F. French 



T,D'EyeBurronghes 
C. H. Cowell 



Rer.Tl. Gwik 
R. Gittus 



R. e. Powler ; 
T. Barber 



• The Incoiporation is governed by 24 Directors, (who are elected by the general body 
f Ckrk ft* tbe Guardians of the Poor. t Clerk to the Directors and GuacdUns.. 



FOCKBT AI.MANAC AND OVIDB. 



118 



RelieringOfBceTs and 
Districts. 



First, H. White, HalesworCh 
—Second, J. Rous^Westle- 
tODfSaxm ondham—TAirtf , 
6. Radcham, Wenhaaton, 
Haleswortb 



Coddenham, J. Mayhew, 
Fattaagh, Ipswich — Need- 
ham Market, 6. Ker- 
ridg^i Needham Market 



The Ineorparatien, J. 
Clark, Bury St. Edmunds 
—Assistant ditto for Fa- 
grants, A. Roberts, Bury 
Saint Edmunds 

Hadietgh,J. Matthew, Had- 
leigh — JLavenham, A. 
Ablitt, LaTenham 



Botesdale, C. White, Rick- 
inghallSuperior,Bote8daIe 
—JEye, P. Hart, Brome, 
Eye—Mendlesham, P. H. 
Hart, Brockford, Stonham 



No. 1, or Dennington, J. 
Stanton, WorUngworth, 
Wickham Market— i\r<».s, 
or Stradbroke, T. Thur- 
ston, Stradbroke, Wick- 
ham Market 

St. Margarefs, J. 6. Hut- 
chinson, Ipswich — St. 
Clemenrs, S. R. Gooding, 
New Street, Ipswich — 
St, Matthew's, H. Fisk, 
Norwich Road, Ipswich 

The Union, O. Myhin, Mil- 
denhall 



GorlestonJ. Ling ,6orlestos. 
Great Yarmouth — Lowes- 
ro/»,C.W. Warnes, Lowes- 
toft 



District 
Medical Officers. 



J.S. Harris,?. Haward; 
H. Gramshaw, J. J, 
Lay, M.D., J. Pack- 
ard, R. Y. Gorbam, 
F. H. Yertue, H. J. 
Horton, H. Girdle, 
stone 

H. Beck, B. Blomfield; 
C. Cooper, L. W. 
Moore,H.O.Bowland 



0. P. Hubbard, R. 
Dalton, 6 J. Hinnell 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



J. T. Muriel, H. New 
man, R. Growse, C. 
P. Mann, W. M. 

White 



T. Radford, A. Pearce, 
W. Cuthbert, jon., 
W.W. Miller, M. D., 
H.Ward, S.G. Down- 
ing 



C. G. Read, C. W. 
Payne,G.W. Pretty, 
E. Criokmay, J. 
Willson, W. W. 
Andrew, J. Candler 

W. Adams, jun., G. C. 
Edwards, W. A. £1- 
liston, M.D., W. H. 
Meadowa 



Pelbam Aldrich, F. H. 
Harris 



C. D. Arnott, J. Pren- 
tice, H. Hope 



G. Funnell, Bolcamp JIalea- 

worth 
Rev. J. F. Noott 
J. S. Harris (M.O.) 
WUUam HUton, C. 3 
Harriet C. Atkinson, Pr. 3 

T. T. Roper,6arham4pewich 
Rer. R. Leggatt, Stonham 
C. Cooper (M.O.) | 
Charles Ojfford, C. 2 
Margaret J. Duffy 

3. C. Ford, St. Mary, Bury 

St. Edmunds 
Rev. A. J. Perry 
G. P. Hubbard (M.O.) 
Frederick Brooks 
Elisabeth M. A. King,Vt.% 
J. L. Ensor, Semer, Uad- 

leigh 
Rev. J. Gedge 
R. Growse (M.O.) 
Charles fVhiting, Pr. 1 
Sarah Martin, Pr. 1 
W. Williams, Eye 
C. Tye, Wortham, Disa 
ReT. C. Notly, Eye 
W. W. Miller, M.D. (M.O.) 



, Stradbroke, 

Wickham Market 
Rev. J. Kneyitt' 
C. G. Bead (M.O.) 
Charles Btoy, Pr. 2 
Sarah A . C. BradJield,VT. 1 
J. Crispin, St. Peter'a, 

Ipswich 
Rev. R. ¥tTTj, Ipswich 
W. A. Ellistou, M.D. (M.O.) 
John Harris 
Emily Hallinger, Eff. 3 

H. J. Beales, Mildenfaall 
Rev. E. H. Lovelock, Mil- 
den hall 
P. Aldrich (M.O.) 
Job J eves, Pr. 1 

G. Drewell, Oulton, IiOwe< 

stoft 
Rev. E. D. Marshall 
J. Prentice (MX>.) 

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v. 

.5 



640 



114 



THE UNION, PABISH, AND BOARD OP HBAI.TH OF7ICBBS' 



Coimues & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in 1P61. 



a3 









II 



Oerks aad Treasurers. 



Chairmei 

and 

Vice-Chainnen. 



SUFFOLK— «OT. 
Plomeagate 

A. 79,064 
P. 90,720 



Rkbridse . 

A. 93,064 
P. 17,432 



Sainfi>rd 

A. ff0;230 
P. 12,73ft 



It : M. 



Stow 



A. 05,342 
P. 20,90B 



Sadlmry . 

A. 78,302 
P. 31,415 



Thingoe . 

A. 8M64 
P. 18k324 



Wan^ord 

A. 85,070 
P. 12^0 



Woodbridgre 

A. 82,109 
P. 92,754 



14 



ThJ 



Tb 



1» F. 



W 



Th, 



CI., €.H. Read, Wick, 
bam Market 

TV., Thomas Bright- 
wen (Banker;, Great 
Yarmoutb 



D. 4 Cir., J. H. Jardioe, 
Stoke, Sndbary 
TV., WiUiam Robert 
Beran, (Banker,) 
Sodbury 

D. 30 Ci., T. Kemp, I|>»- 
wich 

TV., Samael Alex- 
ander, (Banker,) 
Ipswich 
41 «., B. P. Areher, 
Stowmarket 

TV., James JohnatoDe 
Beran, (Bhinker,) 
Stowmarket 



D. [ 41 CI.,H.C.Caiibam;EhBid- 
bury 
TV., William Robert 
Beran, (Bank,) Sud- 
bnry 



C/., J. Sparke, Bury 
St. Edmunds 

Tr.t James Johnston 
Beran, (Banker,) 
Bury St. Edmunds 



D. 31 CI., F. S. Rix, Bec- 

cles 

TV., Thomas Bright- 

wen (Bank), Great 

Yarmouth 



D. 



39 C/., B.Moulton, Wood- 
bridge 
TV., Frederick Alex- 
ander* (Banker,) 
Ipswich 



J. P. Barclay 
J. Pettit 
J. W Gobttitt 



N. W. Bromley 
W.Bt Pratt 
D. Gurtecn 



J. Brooke 
G. Have 



J. H.Heighaa 
J. Bolder* 
R. Boby 



Rer. E. Bntt 
G. H. BvMi white 



R. Stedmas 
R. WigstoB 
6. Palmer 



Rer. E. A. Holknes 
R. D. French 



Rer. H. Taylor 
F. G. Doughty 
J.Nere 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



FOCKBT ALMANAC AND GUIDB. 



115 



R^tieving Officers and 

Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers, 



No. 1, cr Framlingham, E. 
S. Gleed, Franiliugham, 
Wiclcham Market— iVo. 2, 
or Wickham Market, F. 
Sheldrak.e,THn8talI, Wick- 
ham Market — No, 3, or 
Saxmundham, R. Rack- 
bam, Benhall, Saxmund- 
ham 

No. 1, J. Knapp, Havei^W. 
hin~iV». %, R. T. Galla- 
fent, Clare— No. 3, J. P. 
Brown, Wickhambrook, 
Newmarket, Suffolk 



N.F.Hele,J.WilIflon, 
A. H. Dowson, H. L. 
Freeman, G. Keer^ 
W.W, Andrew, M.D. 



The Union, J. Clarke, Hol- 
brook, Ipswich 



.Simpson,R.T.Smith, 
J.L.Crosby, R.Rey- 
nolds, W.6. Stutter* 



Rattlesden, £. Knevett, 
We therden,Sto wmarket — 
Stowmarket, H. Riley, 
Stowmarket — Walsham- 
le-WUlows, J. Hockett, 
Walsham - le - Willows, 
Ixwortb, Bury Saint Ed- 
munds 

First, J. Gunn, Ballingdon, 
Sudbury — Second, F. W. 
Ellis, Staustead, Sudbury 
^TMrd, J. P. Okey, Bures 
St. Mary, Colchester 



A. Fleming, M.D., J, T. 
Muriel, F. Manning, 
C. Spurgin, G. C. 
Edwards 

S. Freeman, B. F. 
Matthews, W. Eb- 
den,W. L. Mumford, 
A.Pearse, H.P.Leech 



G. Ring, B.E. Jones, M. 
Mason.T.W.Waring, 
E. Andrews, J.Hair, 
T. H.Fenn 



G. Mason, Wickham Market 
Rev. T. W. Hughes, Wood- 
bridge 

G.Keer(M.O.) 
James Hunt, Pr. 1 
Frances E. Spurgeon, Pr. % 



J. Hale, Kedington, Harer- 
hill 

Rev. W. Hicks 

W. Simpson (M.O.) ' 

James Jarvis 

Sarah C. Payne, Per. 1 

H. Harris, Tattingstone, 
Ipswich [wich 

Rev. A.Woodd, Stutton, Ips 

A. Fleming, M.D. (M.O.) 

Eliza Craddock, Pr. 2 

J.Wiggins, Onehouse, Stow- 
market 

Rev. W. M. Townsend, 
Stowmarket 

S. Freeman (M.O.) 

Samuel King, Pr. 3 

Ann Fiske, Pr. 3 



J. Hart, Saint Gregory, Sad- 4Stt 

bury 
Rev. J. Wilson, Sudbury 
M. Mason (M.O.) 
WiUlam S. Brunsden, C. 1 
Priscilla M.Gardiner, Pr.l 



FirJt, G. Calver, Ingham, H. Taylof, G. P. Hub- 
Bury St. Edmunds — bard, junr., T* Coe, 
Second, J. D. Clarke, Now-^ W. S. Barker, W. 
ton, Bury St. Edmunds — Cooper, G. J. Hin- 
7*Air</,J.Loverock,Ix worth, nell, G. King 
Bury St. Edmunds 



Becelet, D. Jude, Beccles 
— Bungay, H. W. Meadows, 
Bungay 



WUrord,W. Araott, Wood- 
bridge — Carlford, H. 
Wright, Grundiaburgh, 
Woodbridge— CotoeiJ, W. 
Beagon, Trimley St. Mary, 
Ipswich 



G. Peskett, M.D., B. 
£. £. Barkway 



P. M. Riches, St. Mary, Bury 

St. Edmunds 
Rev. J. Richardson 
T. Coe (M.O.) 
Francis M. Riches, Pr. 3 
Amelia Barnham, Pr. 2 

R. Butcher, Shipmeadow, 

Beccles 
Rev. M. S. Suckling 
G, Peskett, M.D. (M.O.) 
Hezekiah Stammers, Pr. 1 
Ann M. Stammers, Pr, 1 
A. C, Turner, C. G. J. Parker, Nacton, Ipswich 
MarshaU, G. F. Mea- Rev. H. Canham 
dows, J. Rand, W. G. W. Tailer (M.O.) 
Mumford, G. W. George Wright, Pr. 2 
Tailer, W.H. Moore, Caroline Collins 
G. Keer 



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116 



THE UNION, PARISH, AND BOABD OF HBAI.TH OPFICEBS' 



"ounties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in 1861. 



It 



o u 



aerks and Treasurers. 



Oiainnon 

and 

Vice-Chairmen. 



Surrey: 

•Ash w . 

A. llrS98 
P. 2353 

Bermondsey, St. 
Mary Magda- 
lea 

A. 688 
P. 58^55 

CamberweII,St. 
Giles 

A. 4,342 
P. 71,488 



Chertsey . 

A. 43,541 
P. 18,W2 



Croydon . 

A. 32,803 
P. 46,474 



Dorking . 

A. 40,006 
P. 12,445 



Epsom 



A. 41,180 
P. 22,409 



Farnham 

A. 31,197 
P. 30,707 

George, St., the 
Martyr 
A. 282 
P. 55,510 



Godstone . 

A. 4:{,848 
P. 9,642 



18 



18 



Tu. K. 
t 



Th.f 



W.f 



Th,f 



W, 



K. 



K. 



F.f. 



C/.,I>. G, Gray, Asb, 
Farnborougbt 

TV., Richard Fludder, 

Putteuham .Guildford 

C/., W. Comwell, 15, 
Russell-street, S.E. 

TV., Forrest Rothney, 
London and West- 
minster Bank ,Soutb 
wark, S. £. 

Cl.f A. L. Irvine, 
Vestry Hall, Cam- 
ber well, S. 

Ass. Cl.,C. S.Stevens, 
Vestry Hall, Cam 
berwell, S. 

TV., Hen.Geo.Baynes, 
(Lon.4:Co.Bk.)Higb 
St., Southwark, S.E. 

CA, H. G. Grazebrook, 
Chertsey 

TV., Thomas Blake La 
Coste, (Banker,) 
Chertsey [S. 

«JLG.Blake,Croydon, 

TV., George Chase- 
more, (UnionBank,) 
Croydon, S. 

[Dorking 

Cl.t M. Smallpeice, 

TV., Francis Jones 
Morice, London and 
County Bk.,Dorking 

C/.,H.T.ATeline, Ep- 
som 

TV.,MarmadakeJames 
Willis (London and 
County Bk.), Epsom 

CA, W. Holiest, Farn- 
ham 

TV., James Knight 
(Bank), Farnham 

CA, J. H. Fitch, 13, 
Union-st. Southwark 
S.E. 

TV., Henry George 
Baynes (London and 
CountyBank),South' 
wark, S.E. 



CI., W. A. Head, 
East Grinstead 

TV.,GeorgeChasemore, 
(Banker,)Croydon,S. 



T. Thompson (Visi- 
tor) 



H. Youngman 
W. H. Griffith 



G. S. Freeman 
S. Straker 



Rev. N. J. Spicer 
W. Bravinston 



T. Farley 
J. SpofTord 



K Kerrich 
J. R. Cousins 



E. Stone 
S. Wood 
W. R. Miftjgcr 



S. Nicholson 
R. T. Barrett 



T. Park 
J. Barnes 



C. M'Niren 
G. L. Gower, M.P, 



« Gilbert Incorporation. f ^"irst Monday in the month. t Guardians of the Poor. 



POCKBT ALMANAC AVD QUIDE. 



117 



IMievinir Offlcen and 
Distiicts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Worlchouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachert. 



Each Guardimn U kis own S. 6. Slomao, rJ D. G. Gray, Asb, Farnham 



parish 



Not divided into Districts. 

W. p. Barker, 17. Baladavs Boad, 
Orange Boad« d.B. ; C. Carpenter, 
6, CSUremont Place, Upper G-range 
Bead, S^.; W. 8. Hughea, V, 
AlseotBoad, Orange Boad, S.E. 

<S'^Gi2ef,J.Sedgleyi2,Camden 
Street, Peckham, S.E.— 
St. George's, C. J. Nicolles, 
1, Camden Grore, Feck- 
ham, S.E Asst.y £. N. 

Rolfe, Albert Grove, Feck- 
ham, S.E. 



The Union, J. Norfolk, 
Addiestone, Weybridge 
Station 



S. M.Ward, T. A. Ghal- 
decott, G. J. Sealy, 
G. Mott, £. Kough 



Cro9d»H, North, W. Willmott, 
Croydon, B.— Croydow South, J. 
B. PeMer.droydon, 8.— Pcmreand 
Norwood, W. W. Harrison, 
Upper Jnonrood, 8.— ilfi/cAaiMj 
E. BaUey. Mltoham, 8. 

The Union, J. Wood, Dork- 
ing 



Eastern, J. Cooper, Cheam, 
Epaom -^ Western, X. J. 
Green, Leatherhead 



South, W. Pease, Frensham, 
Farnham— JVorrA, B. Bai- 
ley, Farnham 

Borough Bead, R. Clunie, 
M, Southwark Bridge 
Road, S.R.^LondonRoad, 
W.J. Lyle,36. Blackfriars 
Road, S-E^JCent Road, 
C. Kimber, 39, Soathwark 
Bridge Road, S.B. 



Eastern, W. G hater. Limps- 
field, Godstone — fVestem, 
P. W. Snelgrove, God- 



O. Clarke, F. Yate, 
G. Pound 

R. K. Richmond, J 
Dixon, H.Guolahan 



E.Pinder, J.Blomfield, 
M.D., K Ghabdt, 
D.JobnsoD, E. Ray, 
M.D.,J.G. Roberts 



R. Warrener, E. Mar- 
shall, W. E. Creasy, 
P.T.Deane,M.D.,A. 
A. Duke, M.D., W. 
F. Coles, M.D., W. 
H. Cope 

C. W. Chaldecott, J. L. 
Jardiue, G. Curtis, 
A. Stedman 



W. E. Creasy, R. 
Smith, W. Clark, 
J. B.Ayre, F.Owen, 
S. Barrett, M.D., G. 
Stilwell, A.Stedman 

S. G. Sloman, U. Clo- 
thier, W. Daries, E. 
W. Knowles, £. J. 
Barker 

W. Babbage, T. N. 
Donahoo, W. P. J. 
Llewellyn 



C. R. Thompson, E.E. 
Hooper, T. Bailey, E. 
Diver, G. Chapman 



S. G. Sloman (M.O.) 

W.Parkin8on,RusseII Street, 

Bermondsey, S. E. 
Rer. A. Russell 
H. Cuolahan (M.O ) 



J. Smithers, St. Giles, Gam- 

berwell, S. 
Rev. H. W. G. Hyde, Grove 

Lane, Camberwell, S. 
T. K. King (M.O.) 



F. G. Herring, Chertsey 
Rev.W. Pidcock 
T. A. Chaldecott (M.O.) 
Jasper Clarke, Eff. 1 
Sarah Clarke, Eff. 1 
T. J. Duke, Croydon, S. 
Rev. G. Bailey, Croydon 
A.X}. Roper (M.O.) 



J. Caesar, Dorking 
Rev. T. R. O'Flaherty 
G. Curtis (M.O.) 
Ellen Raney 
N. Cuming, Epsom 
Rev. W. Gibbon 
G. Stilwell (M.O.) 
Geo. Faulkner, Pr. 1 
Mary A. Horsman, Pr. 1 
H. Tomkins, Farnham 
Rev. G. Fox, Hale, Farnham 
W.E. Powell (M.O.) 

G. Barrett, Mint Street, 
Southwark, S. E. 
H.Hiighe8, School ,Mitcham 
Rev. H. Allen (Workhouse) 
Rev. D. F. Wilson (School) 
R.G Brown (M.O.ofW.H.) 
B. Marshall , M.O. of School) 
Henry R. Coe, C. 1 
S.E.Campian \ M.A.EUis 
J. C. Gower,Bletchingley 
Rev.G.Nichols,Bletehingley 
T. Bailey (MX).) 

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L18 THE UNION, PARISH, 


AND BOABD OF HEAI.TH 


officers' 


Counties & Unioils, | 


ll 


|| 


© G 


|a 


p 




Chairmen 


Area in Acres, .2 


S-H 


??'€ 


^'C 




Clerks and Treasurerff. 


and 


and ^ 
Population in 1861. ^ 


' 


^0 


^s 


|q 




Yioe-Chainnen. 


SURREY--CWI. 










1 




Ouildford . 2. 


J 32 


U 


5.f. 


K. 


2 t».,W.H.Smanpcice, 


Hon. F. Scott 


A. 05,592 










Guildford 


L Ellis 


P. 89^0 










ils.C/.,M.Smallpeiee, 
1 Guildfordt 
,7V., Samuel Haydoo, 
1 Guildford 




Hambledon . I 


6 18 


9 


M.f. 


K. 


43 0/., P. F. SmaDpeice, 


A. S. Mathison 


A. 60,351 












Guildford 


RcT. J. H. Sapte 


P. 13,907 












TV., Frederick Mel- 
lersh(Bank),Godal- 
ming 




Kingston . . 1 


3 28 


11 


Tu. 


K. 


29 


CI., R. F. Bartrop, 


J. L. Bennett 


A. 22,48r 












Kingston-onrThames 


F. J. Kent 


P. 36,479 












S. W. 
TV., John Shrub- 
sole (Bank), King, 
ston - on - Thames, 
S.W. 


S. Ranyard 


Lambeth, St 


J 20 


3 


W. 


I. 


29 


CI., W. B. Wilroot, 


J. Doolton 


Mary 












Workhouse, Princes- 


G.Ward 


A. 4,015 












road, Lambeth, S.} 


W. Merritt 


P.16«,044 












As. C^,H. Cooper 
TV., George Csrr Glyn, 

67, Lombard««t City, 

KC. 




Newington,St. 


1 18 





Th. 


I. 


29 


CA, J. Burgess, 


H. R. Silrestar 


Mary 












Vestry HaU, Wal- 


W. H. Wataon 


a: 624 












worth, S. $ 




p. 82,»20 












TV. , John AlfredSmith, 
London and West- 
minster Bank, New- 
ington, S. 




Glares, St 


3 15 


1 


Th. 


I. 


29 


CI., C. Wellbome, 17, 


H. P. WeTlbome 


A. 169 












Duke-street, S.E. 


D. Bradford 


P. 19,056 












TV., WiUiam Wright 
Landell,41,Thoma8- 
st. Horselydo wn ,S .E 




Reigate . 


6 25 


14 


W. 


K. 


43 


CI., G. C. Morrison, 


F. H. Beaumont 


A. 51,276 






f. 






Reigate 


H.Wise 


P. 20,109 












TV., Isaac Marsh, 
(London & County 
Bank), Reigate 




Richmond 


5 14 


6 


Th 


L 


27 


(7/.W.Cbapman,Rich- 


E. H. L, Penrbyn 


A. 4,339 












mond, Surrey, S.W. 


T. W. Dariea 


P. 18,892 












TV*., HenryWm.Pow- 
nall,( London&Coanty 
Bank,) Richmond, 
Surrey, S. W. 




Rotherhithe, St 


1 15 


1 


Th.l 


I. 


29 


C/.,R.S.Hawks,61,PaP 


D. Serle 


Mary 












radise-etreet,Rother. 


J. Arnold 


A. 886 












hithe, S. £. 




P. 24^2 












TV., The Bankof Eng^ 





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DOCKET AliMANAC AND GUIDE. 



119 



Relieving Officers and 
Districts. 



iVo. 1, 1. Harper, Guild- 
ford— JVo. «, W.Norris, 
GodalmiDg — No. 3, J. 
Higgins, Share, Guildt'ord 
— iVo. 4, T. Potter, Woke- 
ing, Ripley 

West, J. Balchin, Wit- 
ley, GodalmiDg — East, 
R. Batcher,Cranley, Guild- 
ford 

No. 1. or Kingston, C. 
Dann, Kingston, S.W.— 
JVo.2, or HamptOfifU. Fry, 
Hampton Wick, S.W.— 
No. 3, or Wimbledon, W. 
Johnson, Tolworth, Kings 
ton, S.W. 

No.lJ. T. LowTiDg,19,Lower 
KenningtonGreen,S.— A^o. 
2, T. Wills* 7, York-road, 
S.—No. 3, J. H. Barker, 
5, Lilford Road, Camber- 
well, S.—No. 4, W.L. Cope, 
14,Wa1cot-placeWest,Lam 
betb, S. 



No. 1, M. A. Gabb, 95, St. 
Paul's Road, Lorrimore 
Square, Walworth, S.— 
No. 2, W. F. Porter, 76, 
Great Dovor Street,Soatb 
wark, S.E. 

The UrOoH, W. B. Hurst, 3, 
Horselydown Lane, S.E. 



Reigate, J. R. Sheppard, Glo- 
rer's Road, Reigate — 
Harleyyi. Lee,jun., Hor- 
ley, Crawley 

The Union, W. C. Clouder, 
Richmond, Surrey, S. W, 



The Parish, O. Fildew, 54, 
Paradise Street, Rother- 
hithe,S. B. — ^5jf..J. X 
Sanders, 1, Goldsworthy 



District 
Medical Officers. 



H.S.Taylor, E.Capron; 
R. Balchin, T. J. 
Schollick,J.K.Eager, 
J. H. Sutcliff, T. J, 
Sells, H. Tofts 

P.Yate,A. Napper, J. 
Lawton, C. Ede, S. 
Hammond, M.D., T, 
M. Butler 

J.G.Kent,J.T.Rowland, 
G. S.Clement, C.W. 
laod, C.H. Payne, M. 
T. Coleman, H. Jep- 
8on,E.M.ShirtIiff, J, 
Dawson , T. 6 u nther, 
E. Child 

N. Miskin, E. Dodd, 
J. E.Smyth, W. Ar- 
thur,H.S. Hutcheon, 
J. Harman, J. Sfaar- 
man,W. Monday, G. 
E. Walsh, S. Osborn 



[ford 
R. Daris, Stoke-next-Guild- 
ReT. J. Richards, Guildford 
Rev. T. James, Guildford 
R. Eager (M.O.; 
Alfred Root, Pr. 1 
M. A. Ames, Pr. 1 [dalming 
W. Riley, Hambledon, Go- 
Rev. H. H. Candy 
J. Lawton (M.O.) 
Reuben Cox, C. 1 
Elizabeth Cox, C. 2 
R. G. Hogg, Kingston-on- 
Thames, S. W. 
Rev.R. Helberton, Kingston 
R. D. Harris (M.O.) 



J. J. Williams, M. 
Wright, R. Hunt, 
A. Ebsworth — Dis- 
penser, J. Brown 



J. Gittins 



J. S.Steele,W.H.Sar- 
gant, W. Chessall, 
A. Kelsey 



A. K. Maybury, M.D., 
S. B. Clarke, C. W. 
Broj^ne, J. Adams 



R. T. Nichols, J. T. P, 
Firth 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



[Lambeth, S 
E. Bartley, Prince's Road, 
H. Hum by, Norwood, S. 
Rev. G. Greig 
Eev. Dr. Lester, Norwood, S. 
H. St. John Bollen (M.O.I 
P. J.Cropp{M.O.) 

JoAn Hammond, Eff. 1 
T.Moody I GeorgeCrook,C^ 
Mary A. Hammond, Eff. 1 
Mary A. Lloyd, Pr. 2 
Frances C. Finley 
G.White, Walworth, S. 
Rev. F. F. Statham, East 

Street, Walworth, S, 
H. M. Simmonds (M.O.) 



M. Jones, Parish Street, 
South wark, S.E. [well 

Rev. J. W. Go wring, Stock- 

J. Gittins (M.O.) 

Harriet Rushmer, Pr. 1 

B. Mason, Reigate Fo- 
reign, Reigate [gate 

Re^.H.Gosse, Redhill, Rei- 

A. Kelsey (M.O.) 

J. Finlay8on,Richmond,Sar- 

rey, S.W. 
Rev. E. Price, Richmond, 

Surrey, S. W. 
F. Chapman (M.O.) 

6. Aylward, Deptford 

Lower Road, S. £• 
Rev^ R. Jonetf 
J. T. F. Firth (M.O.) 

Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



300 



1,100 



004 



537 



250 



250 



120 THE UNION, PABI8H, AND BOARD OP HBAI<TH OFFICERS 



Counties & Unions, 


'i 


S.5 


l-i 


o c 


If 


ll 




Chairmen 




Area in Acres, 


.£ 


S? 


f| 


II 


2B 




Clerks and Treasurere. 


and 




and 


u 

-* 


3g 


,J3 3 


p. .2 


D.22 




Vice-Chairmen. 




Population in 1861. 


X 


e 


JS" 


<Q 








SURREY-can. 




















Saviour's, St. . 


2 


17 





Th. 


I. 


29 


C/.. J. J. Blake. 85, 


C. Harris 




A. 250 














Blackfriara-road, S. 


J. Shea, H.D. 




P. 36,170 














Asse. CL, F. J. Blake 
TV., ForrestRothney, 
(London and West- 
minster Bank,) 3, 
Wellington-street, 




















Southwark, S. E. 






Wandsworth and 


6 


21 


27 


Th. 


I. 


29 


C/., J. Sanders, Union 


G. Alder 




Clapham 














Workhouse, Wands- 


J. Hooper 




A. 11,605 














worth, S.E. 






P. 70,403 














As. CI., E. H. Taylor, 

ClaphamCommon.S. 

Trs. Messrs. Barclay, 

BeTan&Co.(Bankdn,) 






SoBsexi 














Lombard-st..£.C. 






•Arundel . 


1 


n 


— 


Th. 


B. 


43 


TV., London & County 


Visitor, G. Lear 




A. 1,968 














Bank, Arundel 






P. 2,498 




















Battle . . 


14 


18 


9 


F.f. 


K. 


20 


Ci.,P. W.Ticchurst, 


W.W.Dawe 




A. 54,000 














Battle 


P. Gorrioge 




P. 12,680 














7V.,Edward Kenward, 




















(Bank), Batae 






^Brighton . . 


1 


30 


8 


Tu. 


K. 


43 


C/., A. Morris, Paro- 


J. Flowers 




A. 2,320 














chial Ofllces, Brigh- 


J. Lreland 




P. 77,693 














ton$ 






— • 














7VwilaJIJJoyd,Beyan, 
& 'Vest (Bankers), 
Brighton 






Challey • 


11 


IS 


8i 


Tu.f 


K. 


43 


CL, H. Jones, Lewes 


Rev.'W. A. Pitz 




A. 36,278 














TV., George Whit^ 


Hugh 




P. 8,895 














feId(Banker),Lewes 


J. P. Waters 




1 Chichester, City 





30 




F. 


B. 1 


43 


CI., J. Powell, jun.. 


H. Halsted 




A. 1,830 














(Workhouse), Chi- 


£. Collins 




P. 8,687 














chesterir 
TV., George Moles- 
worth, Chichester 






Cuckfield 


15 


20 


15 


F.f. 


K. 


43 


CL, E. Waugh, Cuck- 


W. Marehall 




A. 61,703 














field 


J.Wood 




P. 17,163 














TV., Eardley Nicholas 
HaIl(Bank),Brigbton 






Eastbourne 


14 


22 


6 


F. 


K. 


20 


CL, W. Barber, jun.. 


Rer, T. Lowe 




A. 38,072 








f.s. 






WiUingdon, Hurst- 


J. Goninge; 




P. 10,721 














green 
TV., George Molinenx, 
(Banker,) Lewes 


fl. S. Hayward 




East Grinstead 


7 


14 


11 


Th.f 


K. 


43 


a., W. A. Head, East 


B. Hale 




A. 61,317 














Grinstead 


T.Hale 




P. 14,007 














(Banker,) East Grin- 


Mi^orMoor 





Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



POCKET ALMANAC AND GUIDS. 



121 



Relieying Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teacher*. 



Christchurch, R. Y. HorleyJ 
2, CioUingfwood-st., Slack- 
friars-rd.jS.—.y^ Saviours, 
W. Taylor, Union-street, 
South wark, S. E. — Asst.y 
R. Milbank, 2, Golling- 
wood-st., Blackfriars-road, 
S. £. 

Wandsworth T.Taylor,High- 
street, Wands worth-Cte;>- 
hamfi. Randa]l,46,Manor- st., 
Cisi^hzm^StreatliamSi.Toot- 
ingGraveneyt D.NorrisJun.; 
jlLower T^ootinf;- Batter sea, i 
Murphy, Edward - street, 
Battersea 
None. 



iBea;Ai//,S. Thorn as, jun., Sid 
ley, BatUe— ^afffe, J. Catt 
BatUe 

S. Thorncroft, Assistant 
Overseer, Milton House, 
Brighton— 2>ep«fy, W.Un- 
derwood, Brighton 



J. J. Barrett, M.D. 
H. J. Thorpe—/?**. 
perser, H. Smith 



D. Leslie, M.D.,G. E. 
Nicholas, M. D., J. 
Mc Donogh, P. F. 
Sutton, M. p., W. 
Chapman, W. H. 
Kempster, J. £. 
Pritchard, A. Shears 

H. Hall 



C. Wellard, Christchurch, 

Southwark, S. E. 
Rev. S. Benson, King-street, 

S.E. 
B. Bianchi (M.O.) 



R-Aldred, EastHill, Wands 

worth, S.W. 
Rev. G. M. D'Arcy Irvine, 

East Hill, Wandsworth, 

S.W. 
W. Connor, M.D. (M.O.) 



F.Wallis, G. Calder, C. 
Ha-ris, R. Duke,W 
W ston 

W.Verral] D.Richard- 
son, G. Geere, J. J. 
Sewell 



The Union, G. W. Cooke, 
Barcombe, Lewes 



CitpofChichester,W,KBirri8, 
Chichester 



R. Gravely, G. Hother, 
B. G. Everett, L. 
Smythe, M.D. 



L. Buckell, M.D. 



iVo. 1, O. Harland, Cackfield T. S. Byass, M.D., W. 



—m. 2, S. White, Hurst 
perpoint 



Bmstboumep H. «-„„., 

Eastbourne— Westham, E, 
Catt, Willingdon, Hurst 
green — Seaford, W.Chap- 
ma«, Seaford 

No.\, J. C. Dawe, EastGrin- 
stead~JV4». 2, J. Betchley, 
Turner's HiU, Worth, 
Crawley 



E. Porter, H. Hol- 
man, J. Braid, T, 
Gravely 
M. Emary, R.Colegate, B.Roberts, 
" ' B. J. Tuck, T. F. 
Sanger 



R. T. Head, G. Chap, 
man, W. Wallis, T. 
H.Martin ,W.J.Potts, 
R. Stevenson 



Ann Reed, Arundel 
No Chaplain 
H. Hall (M.O.; 

C. Hills, Battle 
Rev. G. H. Stoddart 
R. Duke (M.O.) 

B. J. Downs \ E. Vidler 

E. Sattin, Brighton 
Rev. J, Image 

D. Richards (M.O.) 
Richard J. Fenn 
Jane fVeller^Eff. 3 
Emilj/ J.Legg, C. 2 

A. Spary, Chailey, Lewes 
F.J. Jones, Ringmer, Lewes 
J.J.Dovey,Ditchling,Hftrst- 

R. Gravely (M.O.)[perpoint 
G. Hother (M.O.) 

B, G. Everett (M.O.) 

F. J. Jones | M. A. Jones 
W. C. Dewey, Chichester 
Rev.F.H.Arnold,Chichester 
L. Buckell, M. D. (M.O.) 
Annie BennaUick 

S.Jones, Cuckfield 
Rev. H. Hollingworth 
T. S. Byass, M. D. (M.O.) 
fV. Taylor, \ E. Taylor 
W. C. Bell, Eastbourne 
Rev. W. H. Lloyd 
R. Colegate (M.O.) 
Mary A, Sandalls, Pr. 2 

A. K. Gower, East Grinstead 
Rev. G. W. Tucker 
R. T. Head (M.O.) 
WUliam R. Wickes, C. 3 
Margaret Tuthill, Pr, I 



-I 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



122 THB UNION, PARISH 


AND BOART> OF HEAIiTH 


OFFICERS* 




" 
Counties & Unions, 


t 


ll 


.2S 
ll 






if 




Chairmen 




Area in Acres, 


i 


£'E 


^'5 


tB 


~ H 


Clerks and Treasurers. 


and 




and 


Js 


5 


■■^^ a J 


- ^ 


3.2 




Vice-Chairni€n. 




Population in 18G1. 


?u 


c 




|c 


<Q 








SUSSEX-c<»»». 




1 


1 


L 








Hailsham . . 


11 16 


5 iM.f. 


K. 


20 


C/.,W.Barber,jr.,Wil- 


R. W. Pitcher 




A. 54,365 














lingdon, Hurstgreen 


J. W.Breton 




P. 12,668 














TV., George Molineux, 
(Lewes Old Bank,) 
Lewes 






Hastings 


13 21 


8 


Th. 


K. 


20 


C/., F. a Inskipp, 


J. R. Bromley 




A. 14,027 














Hastings 


T. H. Woodhams 




P. 26,631 














TV., John Gower 
O'Neill, (London 4 
County Bk OHastings 


H. Winter 




Horabam . 


10 


19 


11 W.f 


K. 


43 ;C/., T. Bedford, Hor- 


C. S. S. Dickins 




A. 57,«23 














sham 


Major Aldridge 




P. 15,313 














TV. ,John Wm.Burmes- 
ter,21, Lombard-st., 
E.C. 


H. Figg 




Lewes 


8 


12 


3 


P. 


E. 


43 '0/.H.J.BartIettXewes 


E. Morris 




A. 5,870 












.TV., Thomas Whitfeld 


W.K Roods 




P. 10,116 














(Banker,; Lewes 






Midharst . . 


26 


23 


8 


Tu. 


B. 


43 


CI, £. Alberv. Mid- 


Rev.W. H. Parson 




A. 65,720 












1 hurst 


J. Gosden 




P. 12,591 












|7V., John Wait Ors- 




















bom (London and 




















County Bank), Pet. 




















worth 






Newhaven 


16 


18 


1 


F.f. 


K. 


43 C/..Johi]Lewis,Lewe8 


T.Cooper 




• A. 28,462 












TV., George Molineux, 


G. Stone 




P. 5,605 














(Banker,) Lewes 






Petworth . 


5 


16 


3VTu.f 


B. 


43 


CI., A. Daintrey, Pet- 


J. Napper 




A. 39,329 














worth 


W. Peachey | 


P. »,3»7 














TV., John Wait Ors- 


J. Godman | 
















bom, (London and 




















County Bank,) Pet- 




















worth 


. ' * 




♦Preston, East . 


19 


19 




Ta.t 


B. 


43 


CL, R. French, Little- 


Visitor, W, Duke 




A. 31,786 














hampton, Arundel^ 


Deputy FisUor,A. 




P. 15,384 














TV., William Hopkins, 
Rustington, Arundel 


Hensman 




Rye . . 


12 


18 


7 


M.f. 


K. 


20 


CI., H.E. Paine, Rye 


M. Body 




A. 39,369 














TV., John Bellingham, 


Capt. Stilemaa 




P. 11,927 














(Bank,) Rye 






Steyning . 


23 


31 


9 


W. 


B. 


43 


CL,E. Cripps,Steyning, 


W. Jif. Rigdea 




A. 44,344 








f.s. 






Hurstperpoint 


: . Blak^r \ 


P. 24,053 














TV., Eardley Nicholas 
Hall, Union Bank, 




















Brighton ) 1 



» Gilbert Incorporation. + First Tuesday in each month. t Guardians of the Poor. 

\ There are 10 Ex.officio Guardiaas, but only 3 ever attend the Board. 



^OCKBT ALMAKAC AKD 6UIDB. 



12S 



Reliering Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



4 
"I 



No. 1, H. Potter, Hailsham, 
Hurst-gnreen— iVb.2,l.Wrat- 
ten, Hellingly^HurstgreeD 



J. M. Cunningham, H. 
Holman, 6. Calder, 
J. A. Simons, R. 
T. Fletcher 



JVo.l,A.H.Barham,6,Strat-F. Ticehnrst. J. C, 



ford-place, Hastings — No. 
% H. Hannan, Ore, Hast- 
ings 

No. 1, J. Lawman, Denne 
Road, Horsham — No. 2, 
6. Thorns, Shipley, Hor- 
sham 

The Union, J. Cooke, Lew«s 



Sayery, W. Camp- 
bell 



T. Grarely, T. H. Mar- 
tin,W. L. Thomas, C. 
F. Lewis, H. J. D. 
Matthew8,T.B.6reen< 
wood, E. J. fiostock 

W.H.Murrell,R. Tur- 
ner 



Femkurtt, J.Bridgrer, Femhnnt, 
BBalvmtn—Midhurst, T. 8. Hal- 
lam, EMeboome, Mldhuni~7'W- 
Ungton, Vf. Adams, TUliDgton, 
Fctwortb— Aoj^/f-, 8. Bryan, " ' 
Barting, Petenaeld— Af(^/«ni 
Pay, MlUaiid, Uphook 



J. Robinson, C. Curtis, 
W.Morris, J. Woods, 
S. Hammond 



The Union, W.Verrall, junr. 
Rodmell, Lewes 



Petworth, G. Wells, Pet- 
'wtnih — BiUingshurst, T. 
Baker,Billingshurst, Hor- 
sham 



Each Guardian in his own 
parish 



No. 1, J. Smith, Ideni Rye— 
No. S,W.Sheather,Beckley, 
Rye— i\ro. 3, W.' Henley 
Udimore, Rye 

No. I, W. J. Penfold, HoTe, 
Brighton— JVo. % W. S. 
Challen, Henfield, Harst- 
perpoint 



J. Noakes 



A. 0. Shout, H. Bo: 
all, T. K. Hubert 



J .Taylor ,W. G.Barker, 
C. L. Evershed, Dr. 
Sharpe,T.£Tans,R. 
B. Duke, — Harris, 
—Goldsmid,!. B.Col- 
lins, J. H. Candy 

J. A. Woodhams, C. 
Harris, M.D., R.,V. 
Skinner 



J. Dixon, F. Maury, 
T.Faller,C. F.Lewis 



S. Peters, Hellingly, Hurst- 
green 

R. T. Fletcher (M.O.) 
Charles Bourne, C.% 

J, Pearse, Ore, Hastings 
Rev. T, E. Tanner, 
P. Ticehurst (M.O.) 
Henry Heath, Pr. 1 
Augusta Marchant, Pr. % 
£. T. Tillam, Horsham 
Rev. F. J. Mount, Horsham 
H. J. D. Matthews (M.O.) 
James Williams, G.^ 
EmUy Bridger, Pr. 2 
G. Rossiter, St. Ann, Lewes 
J. Hother, All Saints, Lewea 
J. J. Morris, Cliffe, Lewes 
W. H. Murreil (M.O.) 
R. Turner (M.O.) 
G. RosHter | C. Rossiter 
G.H. Grossmith, Easeboume 

Midhurst 
Rev. A W. Cornwall 
J. Robinson (M.O.) 
Robert Ciapp, C. 2 
Mary A. Coates, Pr. 1 
F. G. Turner, Newhaven 
Rev. £. P. South wood 
J. Noakes (M.O.) 
Emily Cooke 
E. Holt, Petworth 
H.Hillyer,Kirdford,Petworth 
T. Melville, Wisborougb 

Green, Horsham 
Rev. C. Holland, Petworth 
A. C. Shout (M.O.) 
H. BoxaU (M.O.) 
Thomas MelvUle. Pr. 1 
Louisa E. Melville 
J. Harding, East Preston, 

Arundel 
Rev. H. Dixon 
J. H. Candy (M.O.) 
Clara Reeves 

S. J. L. Pittaway, Rye 
Rev. T. Lewis, Rye 
J. A. Woodhams (M.O.) 
George Rutland 
Emily Elphick,Fr.3 [ham 
J. H. Seaborne, New Shore- 
Rev. F. B. Parkes 

(M.O.) 
Fronds Chandler, C. 1 
Emmtt M. Seaborne, Pr. 2 



♦ Exelwlrc of Uie Kecetving and Infections WaKlt,300Qlc 



124 THB UNION,. FABI8H, AN» BOABD OF HEALTH OFFICBBS 



Counties & Unions, 


i 


•a c 


.2 e 


=o| 


Il 


II 




Chairmen 


r 


Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in 18G1. 


1 


c 




1"! 


II 


Is 


Clerks and Treasurers. 


and 
Vice-Chairmen. 




SUSSEX"ca«. 
*Sattoii 


15 


15 




Th.t B. 


1 
43 CI., H. Upton, Pet- 


W. Peachey Cl^*- 




A. 23,685 














worthy 


sitqrj 




P. 6,522 














TV., Henry Upton, 
Petworth 






Thakeham 

A. 36,559 


15 


17 


7 


To. 

t.B, 


B. 


43 


CL, A. Mant, Storriag- 
ton 


£. F. Uppertoa 
J. Skinner 




P. 7,367 














TV., William Henry 
Brooker (London 
and County Bank), 
Worthing 






Ticehunt 


8 


18 


9 


Th. 


K. 


20 


a., R. Toumay,Tice- 


J. Noakes 




A. 51,659 








f.s. 






hiirst, Harstgreen 


Rev. J. Foley 




P. 14,626 














TV., Edward Marchant 
Hunter, (London & 
County Bank ) Tun- 
bridge Wells 






Uckfield . 


11 


21 


16 


M. 


K. 


43 


a„ H. Jones, Uck&eld 


Rer. E. Turner 




A. 744230 








t.a. 






TV., George Molineux 


R. Cloake 




P. 17,260 














(Banker), Lewes 






Westboorne . 


12 


16 


6 


F. 


B. 


43 


OX., J. Stening, Ems- 


J. H. Osmond 




A. 32380 








Is. 






worth 


R. Kelsey 




P. 6,957 














TV., Joseph Proctor 
Ben well, (Banker,) 
Chichester 






West Firle . 


8 


9 


4 


US. 


K. 


43 


OA, E. Hilhnan, Lewes 


ReT.E.B.£i]man 




A. 14,494 














TV., George Whitfeld, 


M. Langridge 




P. 2,379 














(Banker,) Lewes 






Westhampnett . 


38 


46 


10 


M. 


B. 


43 


CL, R. G. Raper, Chi- 


Duke of Ricbmond 




A. 74,913 














chester 


Rot. G. H. Woods 




P. 14,811 














TV., Henry Comper, 
PaUant, Chichester 


F.Smith 




Warwick- 




















shire 1 




















Alcester . 


22 


32 


6 


Tu. 


C. 


33 


CA, J. L. Jones, Al- 


J. Brown 




A. 52,430 














cester 


Rev. C J>olb«n 




P. 16,878 














TV., Fred. Charles 
JewesburyfEvesham 


" 




Aston 


6 


25 


9 


To. 


C. 


38 


C/., E. Pearson, Aston- 


T. ColMore 




A. 81,273 














road, Birmingham 


A. RoUason 




P. 100,522 














Ass. Ci,, J. Lumby 
TV., Sampson Samuel 
Lloyd, (Banker), 
High-street, Bir- 








_ 










mingham 





• Gilbert Incorporation. 



t First Thttrsday after first Monday ia each month* 
X Oulurdians of the Poor. 



POCKET AIiMANAC AND GUIDE. 



125 



Relieving Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Ttadters. 



^B 



None 



JVo. 1, A. Wbitting, Pul- 
borougb, Petworth— JVi>. 2, 
J. H. Reed, Washington, 
Harstperpoint 



JVo. 1, R. White, Ticehurst, 
Hurstgreen — No. 2, D. 
Willsher, Flimwell, Hurst- 
£preen 



iVo. 1, J. Bellingham, jun., 
Rotherfield, Hurst Green 
—No. 2, W. Wildish, 
Maresfield, Uckfield — 
No. 3, C. Brooker, Fram- 
fieldyUckfield 

No. 1, C. F. Barham, West- 
boame» Emsworth — No. 2, 
E.Hipkin, Compton,Peter8- 
field 



7!ft« Union, J. Simmons, 
Ripe, Hurstgreen 



Manhood, W. Dawtrey, Bird- 
faam, Chichester — Wliyke, 
F. Heath, Rumboldswhyke, 
Chichester — Singleton, £. 
AdameSfSingletou, Chiches- 
ter — Yapton, R.Ellis, Barn- 
ham, Arundel — Boxgrove, 
T. Humphreys, Taugmere, 
Chichester 
No. 1, orAlcester,T. Heath, 
Alcester — No. 2, or Stud- 
ley, F. Mander, Feckeu- 
faam, Bromsgrove 
77ie Union, R. Llewellyn, 
Aston, Birmingham — 
>lMr.di/^©,C.Gray,Bloom8- 
bury, Aston, Birmingham 



J. A. Blagden, A. C. 
Shout, T. Evans, W. 
E. Taylor, M. D., R. 

B. Duke, N. B.Tumer, 

C. Osborn, H. Mor- 
ris, R. Turner, M.D. 

W.E. Taylor, M.D.,.B. 
R. Mudd 



J. Taylor, W.Mackrith, 
W. Mercer, R. S. 
Henuiug, J. W. 
Coombs, T. H. Gra- 
ham, F. A. Young, 
T. Baker 

H. Harland, H. C. Hoi 
man, £. Fenn, G. 
Holman,M. Mackin- 
tosh 



H. Bryan, Sutton, Petworth 
Rev. H. Sockett, Sutton, 

Petworth 
R. Turner (M.O.) 



W. Moase, Thai 
Hurstperpoint 

Rev. R. Blakiston 

B.R. Mudd (M.O.) 

Thomas Barnes 

Ellen Barnes 

J. Berkley, Ticehurst, Hurst- 
green 

Rev.H. Hamson 

J.Taylor (M.O.) 

George T. Ogram 

Eliza A . Ogram 

A. James, Uckfield 

Rev. A. W. Warde 

G. Holm an (M.O.) 



250 



E.Holland,M.D., H.W. 
Dixon, N. B. Turner 



G. Hotber, T. F. San 
ger, H. Holman 



R. Elliott, N. B.Tui^ 
ner, J. B. Collins, G. 
H. Elliott, F. Free- 
land 



0. Wyman,C. Browne, 
J. W. Leacroft, H. 
Morris 

H. May, B.S.Robins, 
J. P. Oates, W. C. 
Orford,C.S.Meeke,E. 
S. Machin, J. H. La- 
kin, M.D. 



T. McGorrcry, Westboume, 

Emsworth 
No Chaplain 
B. Holland, M.D. (M.O.) 
Ellen Small, C. 2 

C. Briscoc,WestFirle, Lewes 
Rev. W.De Saint Croix 
G. Hotber (M.O.) 
Emily Bendy, ^r. 1 

W. C. Davey, Westhamp- 

nett, Chicbesier 
Rev. R. Sutton, Westhamp- 

nett, Chichester 
F. Freeland (M.O.) 
Grace Nott 



J. Bonlton, Arrow, Alcester 
Rev. W. H. Thackwell 
G. Wyman (M.O.) 

E. Lakin, Aston, Birming- 
ham 

Rev. <3. W. Robinson 
£. S. Maohin (M.O.) 
Edward Couzens 
Caroline Lawes, C. 2 



418 



120 



i 



Digitized by LjOOQIC 



126 



THE UNION, PARISH, AND BOABD OF HEALTH OFTHJER* 



Counties &■ Unions, 


1 






U 


2 .H ' 


Chairmen 


■ 


Area in Acres, 


"i 


h 

C 


If S'^ 


^'B 




Clerks and Treasurers. 


and 




and 
Population In 1861., 


1 


2 2 S»S 

^6^ 


^.2 


II 




Vice-Chaurmen. 




WARWICISH.— <wi. 














[stone 






Atherstone 


17 


22 


8 


Tu. 


c. 


23 


C/., W.BUhop, Ather- 


Sir 6. Ghetwyndr 




A. 27^3 














7V., Thoma* Harrison 


Bart. 




P. 12,118 














KintoD, (Leicester- 
shire Bankiag Co.,) 
Atherstone 


C. Weetmaa 




t Birmingham . 


1 


lOS 


14 


W.I 


c. 


33 


e/., J. Corder, Bir^ 


€k Btike*^ ' : 




A. 2,660 














mingham^ 






P. 212,621 














As, Cls„ J. Twiss^ 
J. Bowker, and W. 
Boweu,Birmingham 

TV., Sampson Samuel 
Lloyd,(Banker,) Bir- 
mingham 






fCoTentry,City . 


2 


90 


• • 


W. 


c. 


33 


e/., W. W. Harris. 


W.P.CMinghonme, 




A. 5,489 














CoTentry$ 


jun. 




P. 41,W7 














TV., CoTentry & Waiw 
wickshire Banking 
Company, Coventry 


W, Kirk 




Poleshin 


12 


21 


3 


W.f 


c. 


33 


C/., T. Dewes, Coyen- 


J. Neale 




A. 19,389 














try 


Rev. A. Gem 




P. 19,997 














TV., Francis Wyley, 
Union Banking 
Company, Corentrv 






Meriden . . 


18 


25 


8 


Tu.f 


c. 


38 


e/., H. J. Davis, 


J. Darlingtos 




A. 48,618 














Coventry 


R. Potter 




P. ll;290 














TV., Francis Wyley, 
Banker, Coventry 


J. Smart 




NnBpeaton 


7 


19 


3 


W.f 


a 


38 


C/., J. Estlin, Nun- 


H. R. Harpmr 




A. 20,428 














eaton 


T. Orton] 




P. 1»,054 














Tr.t Francis Wyley, 
(Banker), Nuneaton 






Rugby. . . 


42 


52 


10 


Tu. 


c. 


33 


e/., G. V. HeflTord, 


T. (Jongrere 




A. 80,75.5 














Rugby 


Rev. W. H. Benn 




P. 24,43ff 














TV., Anthony Stares- 
more Benn, Rugby 






Solihull . . 


IS 


21 


5 


W.f 


c. 


33 


C/., G. J. Harding. 


Rev. P. M. Smythe 




A. 46487 














Solihull 


Rev. J. Howe 




P. 13,231 














TV. George Edwards, 
(Bank,) Birming. 
ham 






South am . 


2€ 


33 


7 


M. 


c. 


33 


C/., C. J. Welchman, 


H.T.Cbamberlayne 




A. 50,409 














Southam 


D. Archer 




P. 10,392 














TV., Henry Summer- 
field, Warw. and 




















Leamington Bank, 


















I Leamington Priors 





i Under Local Acts. t Clerk to the Oofurdians. 

I Clerk to the Guardians of the f^J*(^QQq[^ 



POCKET ALMANAC AND GUIDE, 



127 



The Union, J. G. Arnold, 
JLtherstoae— Assist, ditto 
for VagrantSy J. Hursher, 
Atheratone 

No. 1, J.Tustin,£irmiiigham 
— JV0.2,6.Gui8e, Birraing. 
ham~.Yo.3,J.Kno\vles, Bir- 
mingrham— Aro.4,w.J. Rid 
ley, Birmingham — No, 5, 
H.Matthison, Birmingham 
-^Assistant Relieving Of- 
ficer, T. McNally, Bir- 
mingham — Relieving Oifir 
cerfor Removal Cases, Sgc, 
J. B. Sweeney, Birming- 
ham — Out Relief Pay 
Clerk, E. A. Rutherford 
Birmingham 

The Cityy J. Kendrick, Co- 
ventry 



Believing Officers and 
Bistricts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Worlchouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



The Union, T. P. Tickner, 
Foleshill, Corentry 



The Union, W. Jacombs, 
Shustoke, Coleshill 



The Union, JL Wall, Chil- 
vew Coton, Nuneaton 



Rugby, T. White, Rugby 
— Dunchurch, J. Keyte, 
Dnnchurch, Rugby — 
Crick, J. Newitt, Crick, 
Rugby 



The I7»loii, jr. F.Wakenell, 
SolihuU . 



Southam and Burton Das- 
sett, E. M. TaylQr,Napton, 
Rugby 



6. Mousley, T. Hand- 
ford 



W. Hoare, J. F. Jones, 
C. R.SuffieId,M.D., 
J.Jackson,M.D.,J. 
Darwen, C. B.Suck- 
ling, M.D.,A.G.Wil 
kinson,, L. Warrillo w 
— Dispenser, L. 
Ditchbum 



W. Dresser, C. E. V. 
Goate, J. Overton 



J. Orton, C. H. Par- 
sons, W.G. Rudland, 
F. Marshall 



J.Lafarelle, H. Adkins, 
P. A. La Fargue 



P. B. Eaton, R. A. Rix 



D. Torrance, M.D., S. 
BirchBucknill,M.D., 
T. Ellis, B. Kerr, J. 
C. Blanshard, J. B. 
Robertson, G> Har- 
day, W. Lumsden * 

T.Lowe, J H.Kimbell, 
W. A. Parsons, J. 
Archer 



W. Lattey, T. Elking- 
ton, G. W. Bagg 



J. Coles, Atherstone 
RcT. B. B. G. Astley 
G. Mousley (M.O.) 
Charlotte Bailey 

W. Sharp, Birming^ham 
Rev. C. Brittain,' Lodge 
Road, Birmingham 
E.Robinson, M.D. (M.O.) 
John Cox, C. 1 
Noah Lowes, Pr. 1 
Harry Deane 
Mary E. Harris, C. 2 
Sophia Greenhalgh, Pr. 2 
Elizabeth Tustin 



J. Bird, Coventry 
No Chaplain 
E. Bicknell (M.O.) 
Walter H. Wright, Eff. 3 
Mary Pease, C. 3 
G. Maun, Foleshill, Co- 
rentry 
No Chaplain 
J. Orton (M.O.) 
Elizabeth H. Pratt, Pr. 3 
T. Parsons, Meriden, Co- 
ventry 

Rev. E. A. Waller 
H. Adkins (M.O.) 
J. S. Young, Chilvers Coton, 

Nuneaton 
Rev.W.S.Bucknill,Nuueaton 
R. B. Nason (M.O.) 
Ellen Clarke, ?v. 1 
J. Parrish, Rugby 
Rev. J. Moultrie, Rugby 
D. Torrance, M.D. (M,0.)* 
Eleanor M* Warren, Pr.l 



G. Naylor, Solihull 
Rev.J. H. Bennett, Solihull 
T. Lowe (M.O.) 



H. Trubshaw, Southam 
Rev. T. Hillyard, Southam 
W. Lattey (M.O.) 
Elizabeth Gr{ffin, C. 3 



1,904 



Digitized by V^OOQ IC 



128 THE UNION, PARISH, 


AND BOARD OP HEAI.TH 


OFFIC£B8' 




Counties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in 1861. 


i 




jf 




2Z 


u 

IS 


Clerks and Treasurers. 


Chairmen 

and 

Vice-chairmen. 




WARWIWSH.-con. 

Stratford - on - 


36 


44 


20 


F. 


C. 


33 


C/..R.H.Hobbe«,Strat- 


J. B. Freer 




A?on 

A. 78,579 
P. 21,249 














ford-on-A?on 


W. Baldwin 
















TV., Charles Bobbins, 








v 










( Bank,)Stratford-on- 
Aron 






Warwick 


35 


50 


20 


S. 


c. 


33 


CL, H. C. Passman, 


Rev. T. B. White- 




A. 66,639 
P. 44,047 














Warwick 
TV., William Smith, 


hurst 
J. Palmer 
















(Banker), Warwick 






Westmor- 




















land X 




















Fafit Ward 


30 


40 


14 iM.& 


J. 


7 


C/., J. ^Sliitehead, 


W. Crackanthorpe 


A. 177,910 






I S.» 






Appleby 


W. Hopea i 


P. 15,411 














Tr.t John Grime, 


T. Mason 














(Bank,) Kirkby 


i 
















Stephen 




Kendal . 


58 


68 


27 


S. 


J. 


8 \Cl.t C. G. Thomson, 


J. Cropper 


A. 189,134 














Kendal 


J. J. Wilson 


P. 37,463 














TV., George Braith- 


I 
















waite Crewdson, 




















(Bank,) Kendal 




















[pleby 






West Ward . 


22 28 1 


10 


W.f 


J. 


7 


C/., F. Weymss, Ap- 


E. W. Hasell 




A. 120,523 
P. 8,072 








; 






Asst. Cl.» J. P. Shep- 


J. Atkinson 
















herd, Appleby t 


J. Longrigg 


















TV., Thomas Wright 






Wiltshire s 














(Bank), Penrith 






Alderbury 


25 


30 


11 


P.f. 


B. 


17 


CI., Thomas Jeaae, 


G. Matcham 




A. 52,660 














Salisbury 


General Buckley, 




P. 14,770 














TV., William Chwbb, 
(Wilts & Dorset 
Bank), Salisbury 


M.P. 




Amesbtiry 


23 


24 


9 


M.f. 


B. 


17 


C/., R. M. Wilson, 


Rev.G.P.Lowther 




A. 62,420 














Salisbury 


W. Long 




P. 8,127 














TV., John Pinckuey, 
(Banker), Salisbury 






Bradford 


8 


25 


9 


Tuf. 


B. 


35 


CI., A. Beayen, Brad- 


W. Gee •> 




A. 18,800 














ford -on -Avon 


W. Taylor 




P. 10,475 














TV. , Thomas Wheeler, 


















B radford-on- Ayon 






Calne 


11 


.18 


5 


W. 


B. 


35 


C/.,H.S. Heath, Galue 


R. Henly,jun. 




A. 28,610 








f.s. 






TV., Benjamin Bodman 


J. Spencer j 




P. 8,885 






1 




_ 


Bailyi Calne 







* Alternately. 



t This Officer is Clerk to the Assessinent ComtuUtee. 
X On Tuesdays to Summer months, ed by LjOOQIC 



POCKBT ALMANAO AND GUIDE. 



129 



Relieving Officers «ad 
Dlstrkta. 



Dutrkt 
Medical Officers. 



I 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teaehert, 



(^S 



No. 1, R. FUnt, Scratford- 
on-Avon— JVb. 2, J. Tarle- 
ton,Woottou Wawen, Hen- 
Iey4n-Arden 

Warwick^ E. Stephens,Wai^ 
wick — Leamington, T. 
W. B. Bone, Leamington 
— ir«»i/«wM,H.Tbomett, 
Kenilworth, Leamington 



North,T. Dixon, Appleby— 
Southy R. Wilfloo, Kirkby 
Stephen 



No, 1, W. Hiscock, Kendal 
— No, 2, W. Mounsey, 
Troutbeck, Windermere — 
A'o.3,W.Hiud8on, Old Hut- 
ton, Milnthope — No. 4, 6. 
Braithwaite, Milntborpe— 
JV0.9,T. Hay hurst, Kirkby 
Lonsdale, Burton-in-Ken^ 
dal 

The Union, H. T. Castley, 
Roflgill, Penrith 



H. Lane, 6. H. Fos- 
brooke, R. Pitt, G. 
Fyfe, M.D., J. J. 
Nason.T.H.W.Croft, 
G. Fayrer,M.D, 

T.W.Bullock, P. Brad- 
ley, J. Clarke 



J. F. Henderson, F. 
Armstrong, W. Do- 
bie, T. Dalston, J. 
W.£dger,W. Mutch 

R. T. Leeming,R. Har- 
rison, S. C. Noble, O. 
N.Royle,T.H.Whit- 
aker,T.Dob8on,M.D., 
J. T. BrumweU, H. 
Evison 



No. 1, R. T.Woof, Downton, 
Salisbury — No. % A. 
Jesse, Milford, Salis- 
bury — No. 3, R. Latty, 
FishertonAnger,Sali8bury 

Amesbury, C. G. Turner, 
Amesbury — JVinterboum, 
E. A.B.Farr, Winterbourn« 
Gunner, Salisbury — Or- 
cheston, G. Guyatt, 
Shrewton, Demet 



Tie Union, H. Golledge, 
Bradford-on-ATon 



The Union, S.Pontin, Calne 
— AssUtant dUto for 
Vagrants, J. White, 



W. Inring, T. Blades 



A.J.Nunn, R.T.C8e8ar, 
F. R. P. Darke, J. 
Winzar, L. O. Pox 



C. Pyle, C. Eddowes 



N. J. Highmore, W. 
Adye, A. Adye 



D. Campbell -^Dis- 
penser, J. Rowden 



J. Chapman, Old Strat- 
ford, Warwick 

Rev. H. V. Scriyen 

J. J. Nason (M.O.) 

£Uen Read 

G. Gamham, St. Nicholas, 
Warwick 

Rev. J. Montague, Warwick 

T. W. Bullock (M.O.) 

William Vines 

Alice Walter, Pt, I 

J.Clark, Kirkby Stephen 
Rev. S. Hutchinson 
J. F. Henderson (M.O) 
Sarah A. £ramleff,C.2 

J. Bateman, Kendal 
C. Airey, Milnthorpe 
No Chaplain 
R. T. Looming (M.O.) 
O. N. Royle (M.O.) 
Arthur B. Park, EC 3 



W. Burton, Barton, Penrith 
Rey. G. C. Hodgson 
W. Irving (M.O.) 
Elizabeth Hunter, Per. 

J. Brownjohn, Britford, Sal* 

isbnry 
Rev. C. A. Houghton 
F. R. P. Darke (M.O.) 
Martha Lloyd, C. 1 
£. R. Wilson, Amesbury 
Rev. F.W. Fowie, Amesbury 
C. Pyle (M.O.) 
Edwin R. Wilson,G. 1 
Mary Probert 



J. Feltham,Westwood,Brad- 

ford-on-Avon 
Rev. W. Popham, 
N. J. Highmore (M.O.) 
Mary Humphries 

T. Green, Calne 
Rev. J. Duncan 
R. Willmot (M.OO 

Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



175 



31A 



130 



THB UNION, PAB18H, AND BOABD OF HEALTH OFFICBB8* 



Counties & Unions, 


7 


ll 


|| 


"S^ 


i 


£3 

1^ 




Chairmen 


Area in Acres, 


1 


I'S 


??» 


Clerks and Treasurers. 


afld 


and 
Population in 1861. 






^ 


Is 




Vice-Chairmen. 


WILTSHIRE-c(m. 


















Chippenliam . 


29 


37 


16 


M.f. 


B. 


35 


CL, J. PhiUips, Chip- 


W. Awdry 


A. 60.035 














penham 


J. Belcher 


P. 22,029 














TV., Broome Pinniger 
(Banker), Chippen- 
ham 




Cricklade and 


14 


17 


6 


F.f. 


B. 


47 


C/., J. Pratt, Wootton 


J. E. M. Prower 


Wootton Bas- 














Bassett 


R. Strange 


sett 














TV*., Thomas Strange} 




A. 41,566 














(County of Glouces- 




P. 11,470 














ter Bank,) Swindon 




Devizes . 


29 


37 


11 


Tu.f 


B. 


47 


C/.,F.M.Lush, Devizes 


W. Powle 


A. 63.491 














TV. , Francis Alexander 


J.Burt 


P. 21,680 














Sydenham Locke 
(Banker), Devizes 




Highworth and 


16 


23 


7 


W. 


B. 


47 


C/., J.E.G. Bradford, 


D. Archer 


Swindon 














Swindon 


Rer. H. G. BaUy 


A. 50,064 














TV., Thomas Strange, 




P. 19,237 














(CountyofQloucester 




r 














Bank,) Swindon 




If almesbiury ' • 


25 


30 


11 


S.f. 


B. 


47 


CI., J. ' A. Handy, 


Earl of Suffolk 


A. 67,508 














Malmesbnry 


Rer. A. Brans 


P. 14,556 














TV., Thomas Luce, 
Malmesbary 

[Marlborough 




Marlborough . 


18 


20 


1 


W.f 


B. 


47 


CI,, E. B. Merriman, 


W. S. May 


A. 42,092 














TV.. William Clark 


J. H. Gale 


P. 9,774 














Merriman (Banker), 
Marlborough 


' 


ICelkshain 


6 


20 


7 


W.f 


B. 


35 


CL, P. Phelps, Melk- 


W. P. Clark 


A. 17,768 














sham 


W. Tayler 


P. ir,233 














TV., Robert Simpson, 
Melksham 

[Bath 




Mere . . 


12 


16 


3 


Tu.f 


B. 


35 


CL, H. Snook, Mere, 


Rev.C.H.Townsend 


A. 33.211 














TV., E. Austin Card 


B. BenjafieM 


P. 8,057 












, 


(Wilts and Dorset 
Bank), Mere, Bath 




Pewsey • 


23 


25 


6 


M.f. 


B. 


47 


CL, S. B. Dixon, 


Rev. J. H, Gale 


A. 65,650 














Pewsey 


T.H.Pyke 


P. 12/106 














TV.,LonisHenryWood, 




*" 














Wilts and Dorset 
Banking Company, 
Marlborough 




•RaUabary.City. 


3 


l«t 


• • 


M.f. 


B. 


17 


C2.,J.Hibberd,Sa]ia- 


H. Brown. 


A. 480 














buryt 


Rer. H. Ri|;den 


P. 9,039 














TV., Julius Seott, 
(Bank,) SaUsbory 





» Under Local Act. f Chuhshwardeiis and Oreneer^. 

X Ctofc to cbeOrardi^ienleu «Bd<»¥erieers. 



POGK£T ALMANAC AND OUIBB. 



131 



Relieving Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



First, A. Wright Chip- 
penham — Second^ J, 
Gane, Castle Combe, 
Chippenham — Third, J. 
C. Law, Corsham, Chip- 
penham 



Firstf A. Woodward, Woot- 
ton Bassett — Second, A. 
Jones, Cricklade 



First John Butch er,I>eTize8 
— Second, J. Benger, Pot- 
teme, Devizes -— Third, 
Jas. Butcher, Stert, De- 
vizes 
JVo.l, P.Morse, High worth— 
iV0.S,E.F.Avenell,Swindon 



F.Spencer,W.H. Col- 
borne, M.D., J. H. 
Crisp, W.Kemm, T. 
F. Suow,A.Sudlow 



H.Cooper, T.T.Taylor, 
C. WaldegraTe 



R. S. Thomley, J. R. 
King,V.L.Trenor,W. 
H.Lan gdou,C. Hitch- 
cock, 6. Waylen 

T.A.Kenvard, J.Oay, 
sen., J. Gay, jun., A. 
L. Griffith 



iV<9. l,T.Bennett,Malmesbury 
— No. 2, A. Newman, 
Somerford ParTa,Chippen- 
kam 



First and Second, A. GlaM, 
Marlborough — Assistant 
ditto for Vagrants, T. 
fitretten, Marlborough 

No, I, J. Oram, Trow- 
bridg«— JV(9. 2, S. Stokes, 
Melkakam 



The Union, Y. H. Norris, 
Mere, Bath 



Ptwaeff, T. Beck, Pewscy— 
Netheraoon, J. P. Aker- 
maa» Upanron, Pewsey 



W. O. Newbery, Salisbnry W. G. Williams 



G.Salter, A. P. W. 
Jeston, J. C."^. Jen- 
nings, E. Smith 



J. B. Maurice, J. 
Chamberlaine 



J.W.Stapleton,C.Tay- 
ler, J. R. King, £. 
Shorland, E. E. 
Meeres, M.D. 

C. Rumsey, W. N. 
Marshall 



C. H. Carter, 8. B. C. 
Barrett, J.Hayward 



T. Blyth, Chippenham 
Rev. T. A. Clarke, Chippen- 
ham 
W.H. Colbome, M.D.(M.O.) 
Thomas J, Warritow, C. 3 



J.Gardner, Purton, Swindon 

Rev. J. M. Prower, 

S, Waldegrave (M.O.) 

George Childe, C. 3 

Elizabeth Sutton 

T. HassaU, Saint James, 

Devizea 
Rev. H. T. Furrier 
G. Waylen (M.O.) 
Elam Pierce, Pr. 1 
T.H.East, Stratton St. Mar- 
garet, Swindon 
Rer. H. P. Chessbire 
J. Gay, Senr. (M.O.) 
Daniel Garlick 
Sarah A, White 
G. Davis, Brokenborougb, 

Malmesbury 
Rev. G. L. Coles 
A. F.W. Jeston (M.O.) 
Jacob E, Dtvellg, Pr. 1 
Eivmbeth Rowe, Pr. 1 
W.Skinner,Preshute, Marl- 
borough 
Rev. W. C. Badger 
J. B. Maurice (M.O.) 
Florence A.Lovell, Pr. 1 
£. Keals, Semington, 
Melksham 
Rev. H. O. Crawley 
G. M. Sylvester (M.O.) 
JameaNind | MaryFricker 
J. Humby, Mere, Bath 
C. Rumsey (M.O.) 
EUen Dowding, C. 2 

J. P. Robins, Pewsey 
Rev. D. Llewellyn, EaatoQ, 

Pewsey 
C. C. Carter (M.O.) 
Smrah Fidler,C,.l 

T. M4 Jeans, Cnme Street, 
Salisbury [Salisbur> 

Rev. Ptebendary Renaud, 
W. G. WiHiams (M.O.) 
Louisa SlHergold, C. 2 



250 



301 



230 



350 



150 



200 



168 



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132 THB UNION, PARISH, AND BOARD OF HEAI<TH OFPICEBS* 



Counties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in 1861. 



WILTSHIRE-con. 
Tisbury . 

A. 41,934 
P. 9^2 



Warminster . 41 
A. 96,356 
P. lji,942 



Weatbury and 

Whorwells- 

down . 

A. 30,944 

P, 11,751 

Wiltoa . 

A. 53,864 
P. 10,674 



WorceBter- 
sbires 

BromsgroTe 

A. 47,374 
P. 86,«07 



Droitwich 

A. 55,145 
P. 19,337 



Dudley • 

A. 17,984 
P. 130,243 



Evesham . 

A. 46/S09 
P. 14,767 



Kidderminster. 
A. 37,331 
P. 30,307 



30 






29 



Si 



14 



14 



rh.f 



M.f. 



Tul 



Th.f 



Tu.f 



Tu, 



11 



B. 



Clerics and Treasurers. 



35 



35 



33 



CL, T. B. Chitty, 
Shaftesbury • 

TV., James William 
Macklin (Banker), 
Sliaftesbury 

CLt J. Merrick, War- 
minster 

TV., Edward WilkiBS 
(North Wilts Bank) 
Warminster 



CI.* H. Pinniger, 

Westbory 
TV., William 'Langley 

Feltham, (Bank,) 

Warminster 

CI., T. Thring, Wil- 
ton, Salisbury 

TV., John Pinckney 
(Banker), Salisbury 



CI., J. Humphreys] 
Bromsgrove 

TV., Tliomas DaWes 
Thomas(Stourbridge 
and Kidderminster 

Bkg.Co,),BromsgroYe 

CI., H. Bearcroft, 
Droitwich 

TV., Sir Edmund A. H. 
Lechmere, Bt.,M.P.i 
(Bank,) Worcester 

OL, T. Allen, jnn., 

Dudley 
TV., Charles Edward 

Molineux, Kelsall 

House, near Shiff- 

nal 

C/**J.Wadams, Benge- 
worth, Eresham 

TV.| Frederick Charles 
Jewesbury, (Bank,) 
Evesham 

Ci., H. Saunders, Kid' 
derminster 

TV., Thomas Daries 
Thomas(Stourbridge 
andj Kidderminster 
Banking Co.), Kid 
derminster 



Chairmen 

and 

Vice-Chairmea. 



C. Knight 
W. F. Bennett 



J. RavenhiU 
W. Mocgaa 



H. G. G. Ludlow 
W. Redman 
W. Francis 



W. Wyndham 
W. H. Woodeock 



Lord Lyttleton 
Rer. J. Wylde 
H. Brewster 



Rev. T. Baker 
J. Blick 



F. W. G. Banrs 
W. Howells 



J.Clark 
C. RandeR 



H. Homfray 
Rev. R. P* Turner 



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POCKET ALMANAC AND GUIDE. 



133 



Relieving OfBcers and 
Districts. 



Distrikt 
Medical Officers. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



^S 



No, \, 6.F. Osmond, Teffont 
Evias, Salisbary — No. 2, J. 
Candy, jun., Donhead St. 
Mary, Salisbury 

No. 1, G. George, War- 
minster — No. 2, R. Elling, 
Sutton Veney, Warminster 
— No. 3, W. Jamieson, 
Horiiing8ham,Warminster 
— Asst.diito for Vagrants, 
i. Abbott 

No. 1, J. Case, Westbury 
Leigh, Westbury — No. 2, 
, Edington, 
Westbury — No. 3, T. 
Hobbs, North Bradley, 
Trowbridge 

Wilton, D. T. Dyke, Wil 
ton,Salisbury — Bishopston, 
T. Webb, Fovant, Salisbury 



H. Young, J. L.Green: 
W. B. Thompson 



P. Grubb, I. Flower, 
W. G. Davis, C. Vi- 
cary 



G. Shorland,L Tucker, 
H. F. Parsons, i. L. 
Seale 



A. Straton,R. R.Clay, 
T. J. Bennett, P. 1. 
Flower 



Bromtgrove, J. Homblower, 
Bromsgrove — Redditch, 
W.BIadon,Reddttch,B romft- 
grove — Bellbroughton, 
W. Wyatt, Hagley, Stouiw 
bridge 

iVb.l, J.T.Morgan,Droitwich 
— JVa.2, J. Watton, Sandy- 
way, Martin Hussingtree, 
Worcester— Aro.3,W.Wild, 
Ombersley, Droitwioh 

Dudley, 6. B.Bradley, Dad- 
ley — Rowley Regis, J. 
Taylor, Rowley Regis, 
— Sedgley, J. Timmins, 
Sedgley—THpton, J.J.Par- 
ker, Tipton, Dudley 

Evesham, E. Wadams, 
Bengeworth, Evesham — 
Broadway, R. Smith, 
Broadway, Evesham 

Kidderminster, R. Wilkin- 
fK>n,Kiddermin8ter — Betvd- 
fejr.M.Farnngton, Be wdley 



T. S. Fletcher, W. 
Smith,J.S. Gaunt, L. 
R.Raymond ,E.Moore 



J.W.Leacroft,S. S. Ro- 
den, C. E. Bnsigny, 
H.Curtler, J. Rogers, 
S. Lamb 



T. Cochrane, J. Smith, 
T.F.Higg8,E.Malins, 
D W.PhilUp8,D.Tim- 
mins, J. McNab Bal- 
lenden, T. Under- 
bill, H. Gilbert, W. 
L. Underhill 

A. Martin, J. B. 
Haynes, O. New, 
J. N. Beadles, G.H. 
Fosbroke 

S. Stretton, W. Roden. 
C. Webster, T. Brad- 
ley, F. Fitch, G. G. 
Brown 



W. Lathey, Wardoor, 

Hindon 
Rev. F. E. Hutchinson 
J. L. Green (M.O.) 
Eglan Broadway 
H. Hussoy, Warminster 
Rev. J. E. Philipps, War- 
minster 
P. Grubb (M.O:) 
Lydia Ward, C. 3 



J. C. Dyer, Westbury 
Rev. H. H. Duke, Westbury 
G. Shorland (M.O.) 
Catherine Spear, C. 3 



J. Barnes, South Newton, 

Salisbury 
Rev. J. H. Penruddoeke, 

South Newton, Salisbury 
T. J. Bennett (M.O.) 



S. Allinson, Bromsgrove 
Rev. G. W. Murray, Broms- 
grove 
T S. Fletcher (M.O.) 
Mary Porter, Ft. 1 

J.Aston, St.Nicho1a8, Droit- 

wich 
Rev. J. Topham 
H. Curtler (M.O.) 
Emma M. Andrews 

T. W. Stillard, Sedgley 
Rev. J. Davies, Dudley 
E. C. Haden (M.O.) 
John Barclay, Ft. 2 
Mary A. Herbert t Pr. 1 



T. Baylis, Hampton, Eve- 
sham 

Rev. M. Wood, Evesham 
A. Martin (M.O.) 
Hannah M. Sheppard 
E. P. Ryan, Kidderminster 
Foreign 
Rev. <r. R. Kewley 
S. Stretton (M.O.) 
Arthur D. Wilkinson 
Caroline Cromwell, Pr. 1 



« And Vagrant Wards 10. 



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134 



THE UNION, PARISH, AND BOARD OP HBAI<TH OmCEftS* 



Counties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in 1861. 

WORCESTERSH-cn 

King'8 Norton . 
A. 28,404 
P. 47,34tS 



Martley . 

A. 53,718 
P. 15,098 



Pei'shore . 

A. 52,269 
P. 13,865 



Shipston-on- 
Stour 

A. 78,899 
P. 19,352 



Stourbridge 

A. 16,200 
P. 68,720 



Tenbury , 

A. 35,941 
P. 7,366 

Uptou-on-Seveni 
A. 53,016 
P. 21,010 



Worcester- 

A. 6,779 
P. 30,969 

Vorkshlre, 
S. Riding's 

Beverley . 

A. 78,434 
P. ai,029 

Bridlin^on 

A. 67,984 
P. 14,371 



Clerks and Treasurers. 



Chairmen 

and 

V ice. Chairmea. 



W.f 


C. 


38 


F.f. 


F. 


15 


Tu.f 


F. 


33 


S. 


F. 


33 


F. 


F. 


38 


Tu.f 


F. 


18 


Th.f 


F. 


15 


Th. 


F. 


33 


S.f. 


H. 


49 


S. 
f.s. 


H. 


48 



CL,n. Docker, Smeth- 
wick, Sirminghara 

Tr.t Sampson Samuel 
Lloyd, (Messrs. Lloyd 
and Co.'s Bank,)Bir- 
mingham 

CI., A.VV.Knott,Wor- 

cester 
Tr., John Whitniore 

Isaac, (Old Bank,) 

Worcester 
CL, E. H, Pace, Pei^ 

shore 
Tr.t Martin Abell, 

(Bauk,) Worcester 

CI., E. Tilsley, More- 
tou-in-Marsh 

TV., I'homas DaTies 
Thomas, Stourbridge 
and Kidderminster 
Banking Co., Ship- 
ston-on-Stour 

CI., G. HoUoway, 
Stourbridge 

TV.WilliamHargreave 

(Stourbridge & Kidder- 
minster Bank ),S tour- 
bridge 

C£., F, W. Preston, 
Tenbury 

Tr., William Taylor, 
(Bank), Ludlow 

CI., T. W. Walker, 
Upton-upon-Severn 

Tr., John Wliitmore 
Isaac. (Old Bank,) 
Worcester 

«., A. W.Knott, Wor- 
cester 

TV., John Wbitmore 
Isaac, (dd Bank,) 
Worcester 



CI., F. Hobson, Bever- 
ley 

TV., Thomas Forge, 
(Bank,) Beverley 

CL, C. Gray, Brid- 
lington 

TV., Edward Ridsdale 
Harding, Bridling^ 
ton 



S. Hanbury 
R. L. Chance 



Rev. J. Pearson < 
E. B. Guest 



J. Whitaker 
T. Burch 
W. Wagstaff 



Lord Redesdale 
W. Dickins 



G. Granger 
B. Brooks 
W. Richardson 



Lord North wick 
E. V. Wheeler 



E. G. Stone 
Sir H. E. F. Lam- 
bert, Bart. 



J. Close 
J. Longmore 



D. Barton 
R. Fisher 
Rev. 6. Cruddas 

Rev. Y. G. Lloyd 
T. Prickett 
T. Nelson 



Digitized 



byGoogk 



POCKET ALMANAC AND GUIDE. 



12 



RelieTing Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



t^'orkhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers, 



Northern, E. Baker, Selly 
Oak, Nortbfield, fiirming^ 
\kdxa^-S9Uthem, E. J.Eyeti 



W.Sinitb,6.EIkingrton, J. Clianoe, King's Norton, 
R. W-Suiith, R.Fam-| Birmingham 
eombe, i. S. Gaunt, Rev. J. Goodwin 
£. Moore, W. Satton' J. S. Gaunt (M.O.) 
FAixa McGhee 



The Union, H. Laugber, 
Martley, Worcester 



T. M. Warden, J, N. , Martley, Worcester 

Greensill, H. Hill, Rev. F. Stain forth 

W. C. Low, F, A. W. C. Low (M.O.) 

Cramer Emily E. Hales, Pr. 1 



No. 1, W. Wadley, Per- 
shore — No. 2, E. Noond, 
Pe<^Ietont Pershore— iVo. 
3, A. White, Eckingtou, 
Pershore 

No. \, i. Webb, Stourton, 
Sbipston-on-Stour — No. 
2, O. Wbeatcroft, Block- 
ley, Moreton-in-Marsh — 
No. 3, J. Redding, Tysoe, 
KinetoB 

Stourbridge, J. Barratt, 
Stourbridge — Kingswin- 
ford, J. Finney, Brierley 
Hillj Kingswinford, Dud- 
ley — Halesowen, 6. P. 
Chapman, Halesowen 

First, or Tenbury, S. CoUinSj 
T&ahwrj —Second, or.Boc- 
kleton, T. Oaeland, Hauley 
William, Tenbury 

No. 1, T. W. Pear, Upto'n- 
on-Sevem — iVo.2, J. Daiir 
cocks, Powick, Worcester 



S.W.Smith, M.Wood 
ward, F. Davies, J 
G. Rusher 



W. Bratt, L. K. Yelf, 
C. W. Morris, T. H. 
Hitch ins, W. Homi- 
blow, C. J. Smith 



J.Parrisb, R. L.Camp- 
bell, D. Corbet, R. L. 
Freer, R. L. Bay- 
ley, C. W. M. Blox- 
ham 

J. L. Sweet, W. B. 
Murray 



H,T. Marsh, W. T. 
White, £. Wadams, 
G. B. York, J 
Femie 



The Union, T. S. Reeve, 
Spring Hill, Worcester— 
Asst, ditto, H. Parr 



The Union, J. Hutty, Be- 
verley 



The Union, T. Moody, 
Bridlington 



W. Woodward, J. 
Jeffery, H. Hill 



CBrereton, H.Walker, 
W. H. Stretton, J. 
Wood, £. des Forges, 
W. Stephenson 

G. F. Hutchinson, J. 
Allison, C. W. Daw- 
son, J. Jackson 



J. Taylor, Holy Cross, Per- 
shore 

Rot. B. Hemming, Per- 
shore 

S. W. Smith (M.O.; 

F. Pannett, Shipston-on- 
Stour 

Rev. J.W.Clarke, Sbipston- 
on-Stour 
W. Bratt (M.O.) 
Sophia Caulon, Pr. 1 

T. Hill, Kingswinford, Dud- 
ley 
Rev. T. C. Dixon 
J. Ireland (M.O.) 
Eli Taylor 

Hannah T. O'Connor, C. 2 
S. Collins, Tenbury 
No Chaplain 
J. L. Sweet (M.O.) 

C. G. Rolls, Upton-on- 
Sevem 

Rev. T. W. Hay ward, Mal- 
vern Wells 
W. T. Mai-sh (M.O.) 

G. Bourne, St. Martin, Wor- 
cester 

Rev. J. Adlington 
J. D. Jeffery (M.O.) 
Reuben J. Maund Pr. 1 
Sophia P, Bayne, C. 3 

J. Sbives, 5t. Mary, Bever- 
ley 
Rev. C. Eastber, Beverley 
W. H. Stretton (M-O.) 

D. Addison, Bridlington 
No Chaplain 

C. F. Hutchinson (M.O.) 



118 



230 



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136 THE UNION, PABISH, 


AND BOARD OF HEALTH OFFICEBS* 


1 


Counties & Unions, 


1 


"? ^ 


■pi 




N 


li 




Chairmen 




Area In Acres, 


?f 


o "^ 


^^t. 


t't 


•B b, 


Clerks and Treasurers. 


and 




and 


e3 


~ S 


=s| 


^a 


ct^ 


3-^ 




Vice-Chainnen. 




Population in 1861. 


^ 


o 


-^ 


IG^ 


<a 








YORKSH. E. R.-cn. 




















Driffield . 


43 


44 


5 


Th. 


H. 


48 


CI., H. Botterill, 


Rer. R. H. Foor4 




A. 105,114 








f.8. 






Great Driffield 


S. Staveley 




P. i9^aa 














TV.* WUliam Jarratt, 
Great Driffield 




1 


Howden . 


42 


43 


6 


S.f. 


H. 


49 


e/., G. Green, How- 


T. Clarke 




A. 72^3 














den 


J. Banks 




P. 15,W1 














TV., Thomas Clongh, 
Howden 




1 


•Kingston-upon- 


2 


40 




w. 


H. 


49 


«.,W. J. Reed. Hullt 


Alderman Fountain 




Hull 














TV., Joseph Walker 


{Gov.) 




A. 1,827 














Pease, (Pease& Co.'8 


J. Symons 




P. 56,888 














Bank,) Hull 


(£>ep. G0V.) 




Patrington 


37 


28 


4 


s.f. 


H. 


49 


a., A. Dunn, Patring- 


R. C. Meteair 




A. 88,872 














ton, Hull 


R. Major 




P. 9,681 














TV., Joseph Walker 
Pease, (Pease & 
Co.'s Bank,) Hull 






PocUtngton . 


47 


40 


7 


s.f. 


H. 


48 


C;.,W.Silbuni, Pock- 


C. A. Dariey 




A. 107,636 














lington,York 


C.Watson 




P. 16,710 














TV., John Bulmer. 
(Bank,) Pocklington 






Scnlcoatea 


20 


31 


11 


To. 


H. 


49 


C/., W.Chatham, Hull 


D. Sykes 




A. 45,084 














TV., Joseph Walker 


T. SisMtns 




P. 51,056 














Pease (Banker), 
Hull 






Skirlaugh 


42 


42 


9 


F.f. 


H. 


49 «.,T.McCoy Beverley 


W. P. Bethell 




A. 67,028 














TV., Joseph Walker 


Rey.W.J.Wbately 




P. 0,654 














Pease (Banker,) Hull 






York 


83 


83 


35 


Tb. 


H. 


48 


Cl.y H. Brearey, York 


J. H. Thomas 




A. 70,769 














TV., John Pearson, 


R. Barker 




P. 59,158 














(Meaers.Swann&Co.) 
York 


J. Holtby 




Vorlisliire, 




















N. Rldiners 




















t Bainbridge 


8 


8 





M.(l J. 1 


13 CI. and 7V.,Wimani 


Rer. J.WiBn (F#. 




A. 63,630 












Shaw,Hawe8,Bedale$ 


sitor) 




P. 4,949 
Bedale 


24 


26 


10 


Tu.f 


J. 


48 C/.«, G. A. Herring, 


J. Gothorp 




A. 45,588 










1 Bedale 


6. Mortott 




P. 8,650 










TV., William Breaks, 
I Bedale 


J. Fisher 




Easingwold 

A. 63.603 


29 


30 


9 


F.f. H. 

1 


48 C/., J. Haxby, Easing- 
wold 


E. S. Strangwsycs 
T. Woodward 




P. 10,148 








1 


|7V.« John Johnson, 
(Banker,)Ea8ingwold 






Gttisborougb . 


27 


28 


13 


Tu.f J. 


48 C/., W. Weatherill, 


T. Chaloaear 




A. 96.862 












Guisborough 


W. Coatea 




P. 22,128 












TV., Edward Spink 
Barker (Bank),Guis- 








_ 


^^^^ 


^^^ 


I 1 


borough 





• Unaer Local Act. f Gilbert Incorporation. , 

X Clerk to the Goyenor, Deputy Governor, Assistants, and Guardians of the Poor. 
I First Monday in every month. 



POCKET ALMANAC AND GUIDE. 



137 



Reliering Officers and 
Districts. 



The Union, W. P. Sumner, 
Great Driffield 



The Union, J. Simpson, 
Howden 



E<ut, E. Addey, Lister- 
street, Hull — West, D. 
Wing, Saint Stephen's- 
street, Hull 



W. Day, A. Macmillan, 
A. Kitching 



The Union, W. Brown, 
Patrington, Hull 



The Union, P. Johnson, 
Pocklington, Ytfrk 



No. 1, or Country, G. Blas- 
hilUHoldernesa Road,HuIi 
— iV<>. 2, or Totvn, H. 
Preston, Hull 

The Union, J. Ford, Nortb 
Skirlaugh, Hull 



City, W. Chapman, York.— 
Rural, J. Giles, Clifton, 
York. 



None 



The t/Hl&n, W. Wade, Leem- 
i&g, fiedale 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



A.. Sootchburn, R.I 
Wood, J. Walker, 
J. Savile, J. Wood, 
S.N. Harrison, F. M, 
Dowsland, E. H.Cle- 
ments 

H. Tireman, H. I. 
Raines, J. W.CaUy, 
J. W. Dew 



J..W.F. Dadley,J.R. 
Raines, W. Kirk, 
jun., J. Green, J. F. 
LandfJ.F.Maokeretb 

T. Hornby, C. E. B. 
Dansnn, R. Jeffer- 
son, M. Jackson, J 
Dickson, J. Bell 

T. Walton, J. Dix 
J. Cantley, S. Wat 
son, B. Locking. 
J. Anningson, T. 
Jackson 

F.Calvert. S.B.Denton, 
J. H.Clark, J. Cant- 
ley, C. Richardson 

J. J. F. Marshall, W. 
Hood, E. Allen, F. 
Wrijtht, T. Wilkin, 
J. Dickson 



J. Fryer 



D. Mickle, R. Pother- 
gill,H.HorBfall,M.D. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



J. S. Wilson, Great Driffield 
Rey. R. Nares, Driffield 
A. Sootchburn (M.O.) 
Martha Tankersley 



The Union, G. Hornby, Eas- 
ingwold 



The Union, C. Smith, Guis- 
boroagh 



R.T. Skaife,W.Tea4-' 
dal«, J. Fall, J. 
W. Smith, M.D. 

J.H.Merryweather, J. 
Wilson, M.R.Deas, 
A. Keith, F. Collins 



H. Andrew, Howden 
No Chaplain 
H. Tireman (M.O,) 
Sarah A. Smith, Pr. 1 [Hull 
S. Blashill, Kingston-upon- 
Rev. T. S. Bonnin 
A- Macuiillan (M.O.) 
Williams. Charlesivorth 
Jane Ingram, C. 1 

J. Wing, Patrington, Hull 
Rev. M. Mackreth 
J, F. Land (M.O.) 
Jane Gagen 

[York 
A. Pattinson, Pocklington, 
Rev. J. F.Ellis 
C. 15. B. Danson (M.O.) 
George Beharrell, C. 3 
J. K. Jessop, Sculcoates, 
Rev. J. L. Hughes [Hull 
J. Dix (M.O,) 
TJios. C. Harrison, C. 1 
Emma Harrison, Pr. 1 
R. Catlin, North Skirlaugh 
Rev. W. Barnes [Hull 
G. Richardson (M.O.) 
Ellen Smith, Per. ' 

J. Wilson, Clifton, York 
Rev. J. E. M. Young, York 
S. W. North (M,0,) 
Peter Cuudell 
Jane Backhotise, Pr. 2 

M. Blythe, Balnbridge, 
Hawes, Bedale 

J. CawthoiTie, Bedale 
Rev. J. G. Beresford {gra- 

tuitously) 
R, Fothergill (M.O,) 
J. Sadler, Easing wold 
Rev. S. J. Allen* 
R. T. Skaife (M.O.; 
Mary Brof^m, Pr. 3 
R. Gardiner, Guisborongh 
Rev T. H. Dixon 
J. H. Merry weather (M.O.) 
Elizabeth Reuf, C. 1 



si 



ISO 



113 



130 



100 



130 



120 



* Gratuitously. 



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138 



THE UNION, PABISH, AND BOABD OP HEALTH OFTICEBS 



Counties & Unions, J 


li 


2S 


"5^ 


h: 


II 




Chairmen 




Area m Acres, .2 


tf 


!1 


t^t 


«*s 


Clerks and Treasurers. 


and 




and 1 


2 § 


=s 


s*^ 


IS 




Vice-Chahrmen. 




Populalion in 1861. ^ 


o 


^c 


5c 


<Q 








YORKSN.N.R .^^ 1 
















Helmsley Black- 31 


) 31 


2 S.f. 


J. 


48 


Cl.t R. Pearson, 


Lord Feyersbam 




moor 












Helmsley 


Rev, G. Dixon 




A. 72A^5 












TV., Biicbard Bugrill, 






P. (3,093 












Helmsley 






Kirkby Moor- i 


i 24 


2 


W.f 


J. 


48 


C/., R. Petch, Kirkby 


ReT. J. Hill 




side 












Moorside 


W. Featheratone 




A. 59,fl3l 












TV., George Frank, 






P. 5,739 












Kirkby Moorside 






Leyburn . . * 


1 43 


13 F.fc 


J. 


13 


C/., H. T. Robinson, 


G. Other 




A. 84 ffia 










Leyburn, Bed ale 


R. Hutchison 




P. 10,105 












TV. ,JohBJamesGrime, 
Leyburn, Bedale 






Malton . & 


5 68 


17 


s. 


H. 


48 


C/.. S. Walker, Mat 


J. Marshall 




A. 112,407 












ton 


W.e.Co]^perthwaite 




P. 23,483 












TV., Robert Bower, 
Welbani, Malton 


J. Hopluna , 




Northallerton . * 


3 46 


8 


w.f 


U. 


48 


CI., T. Fowle, Nor- 


T. Watson 




A. 68,342 












th allert OB 


R. Routledge 




P. 12,174 












Tr., Edward Hare, 
(Yorkshire District 
Bank,)NorthalIerton 


M. BorUle 




Pickering. . i 


5 20 


6 


M.f. 


H. 


48 


CI., F. Parkinson, 


J. MitchelsoB 




A. 88,062 












Pickering 


J. Kitching 




P. 10,541 












TV., Joseph Windle, 
Pickering 






Reeth . 


7 1» 


1 


F.f 


J. 


13 


CL, J. R. TomKn, 


F. Garth 




A. 70,267 












Rirhniond, Yorksh. 


A. Barker 




P. 6,196 












Tr., Chris.Other,jun., 
Rirhniond, Yorksh. 






Richmond . 4 


1 43 


10 


S.f. 


J. 


13 


«.,W.Huntoii, Rich- 


J. Miefaen 




A. 7SM9 












mond, Yorkshire 


C. Cradock 




P. 13,457 












Tr., George Rojier, 
Richmond, York- 
shire 






Scarborough . 3 


3 37 


15 


Th 


H. 


48 


CL, W. 0. Woodall, 


Sir J. V. B. John- 




A. 81,400 












Scarborough 


stone, Bart., MJ>. 




P. 30,425 












TV., William Hebden, 
(Banker,) Scarboro' 


J. WoodaU 




Stokesley . . 2 


9 30 


8 


S.t 


J. 


48 


CI., T. Sowerby, 


M. Scarth 




A. 79,345 












Stokeiiley 


H. Ghapm»B . 




P. 10,381 












Tr., Richard Rose 
Burgess, Stokesley 






Thirslt . . 4 


2 43 


11 


S.f 


H. 


48 


Cl.f C. McCartney 


W. Bell 




A. 62,444 












Swarbreck, Thiriik 


J. Dresser ] 




P. 12,209 












TV*., Messrs. Rack- 
house & Co., (Bank- 
ers,) Thirsk 


M.Tweedy 




Whitby . . 2 


2 2J 





S. 


J. 


48 


CI., M Gray, Whitby 


J. WeighiM 




A. 00,371 












A «l. r/.,R.E.Pannett* 


W. Harrison 




P. 23,fi33 












TV. Henry Simpson, 


J. HindsoB 




Vorkabire, 












(Banker,) Whitby 






W.Ridlng^: i 


7 22 


5 


Tu.l 


£. 


40 


CL, J. Tyas, Barnsley 


J. S. Spencer 




Barxxsley . 












TV.,SI.Linlev,(Bam8ley 


C. Rogers 




A. 35.376 












Banking Co.)6amsIeyl R. Inna 




P. 4 '..797 




1 


_ 




1 » 



* This Oificer is Clerk to the Assessment Committee. 



POCKET ALMANAC AND GUIDB. 



139 



KeKeviBf Officers and 

Districts. 



house, Helmsley 



The Vniou, W. Hugill, 
Workhouse, Kirkby Moor- 
side 

The Union, J. Ridley, Jun., 
Leybum, Bedale 



No. 1, G. Smith, Hutton's 
Ambo, Malton — i\ro.2,T. 
Watson, Rillington,Malton 



District 
(.Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



o ^ 



/.Ness, F.W.Dowloer 



J. Lightbody 



R. Metcalfe, G.Wright, 
J.Cockcroft, W.Cock- 
croft, M. Cockcroft, 
T. P. Fothergill 

W. Colby, T.AUanson, 
J. Coates, R. M. Las- 
celles, T. Wilkin, J 
T.Sigston.W. Barker 



The Union J. T&wcitt, North- J. Rust, B. Lumley, J, 
allerton S. Walton, J. K. 

Baines 



The Union, G. Ward, Work- 
house, Pickering 



The Z7«w», W. Martin, jun.. 
Workhouse, Reeth 



The Union, W. Heugh, 
Richitaond, Yorkshire 



Country, H. Goodricke, W.Ramsay,A.Meggett, 



Button Bushell, Pickering 
Scarborough^. Smailes, 
Sctir borough 
The Union, A. Trousdale, 
Stokesley 



G. Robertson, W. S. 
Scholefield, W. M, 
Mackay 

WJSmith,A. B.Keruot 



R.. Atkinson, Edwd. 
F. Atkinson, J. 
Graham, W. Cock- 
croft, W. H, Walker 



J. Plummer, Helmsley 
No Chaplain 
J. Ness (M.O.) 

W. Hugill, Kirkby Moor- 
side 
No Chaplain 
J. Lightbody (M.O ) 
E. Spencer, Wensley, B^dale 
No Chaplain 
R. Metcalfe (M.O.) 

W. J. Smith, Old Maiton, 

Milton 
No Chaplain 
W. Colby (M.O.) 
Ann E. Whitehead, Pr. 3 
J Squince, Northallerton 
No Chaplain 
J S. Walton (M.O.) 



E.R, Sliug8by,C.W. 
Scrivener, C. Arthur 

J.H. Haudyside, W. A. 
Loy, E. J. Wilson 



The Union, G. Goodrick, 
Thirsk 



Rural, T. White, Sleights 
near Whitby— JSforoi/^ A, 
W. Hepton, Whitby 



W. H. Ryott, T. C. 
Mitchell, J. Rust, J. 
W. Smith 



T. Allen, J. Yeoman, 
R.Dowell, J. Tayler- 
son, W. N. Clarktion 



\H,or West, J. Wilkinson, J. Blackburn, P. D. 
Barnsley — 2wrf, or ^-ffjf, Muir, W. Stewart, 
J. Oration, Bamsley | W.Stawman,J.Hirst,j 

J. R.L.AUntt 



G Ward, Pickering 

No Chaplain 

W. S. Scholefield (MO.) 

Wm. Patterick, Pr. 1 

W. Martin,jun., Reeth 

No Chaplain 

W. Smith (M.O.) 

J. Helmsley, Richmond, 

Yorkshire 
Rev. G. H. Pybus 
E. F. Atkinson (M.O.) 
Elizabeth Clarke 
G. White, Scarborough 
No Chaplain 
J. J. Rablah (M.O.) 
Harriet Hewison, Pr. 1 
— Wilson, Stokesley 
No Chaplain 
J. H. Handyside (M.O.) 

M. Taylor, Thirsk 
No Chaplain 
W. H. Ryott (-M.O.) 
Betsy Coates, Pr. 2 

J. Clarke, Whitby 
Rev. J. Hughes, Whitby 
J. Taylerson (M.O.) 
Sarah A . Law, C. 2 
J. Wright, Bamsley 
Rev. C. F. Cobb, Barnsley 
W.T. Y.Smith (M.O,) 
H. P. Batter sby \ EJi . Baker 



64 



100 



164 



120 



100 



120 



•247 



104 



»0 



203 



And 12 Vagrants. 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



140 



THE UNION, PABISH, AND BOABD OP HEAtTH OFFICERS 



CotiTities& Unions, 

Arta in Acres, 

and 

Population in 1801. 



Si 



£Q 



Clerks and Treasurers. 



Chairmen 

and 

Vice-chairmen. 



YORKSH.W.R.-cn. 

* Bar wick. . 

A. 65,0S3 
P. 18,395 



Bierley, North . I6 
A. 32,671 
P. 85,775 



Bradford . 

A. 6,500 
P. 106,218 



Bramley . 

A. 3,451 
. P. 11,391 

■Carlton , 

A. 68,870 
P. 69,558 



Dewsbtiry 

A. -24,456 
P. 92,883 



Doncaster . 

A. 100,031 
P. 39,383 



EccIesallBierlow 7 



A. 25,948 
P. 03,618 



Goole . . . 17 21 
A. 40,908 I I 
P. 15,t53 



F.t 



5 Tb.f 



£. 



W. H. 



M.f. 



. 'W.J 



H. 



19 



F. f. E. 



W. 



H. 



W.f H. 



TV., Geoi^e Booth, 
jun., Seacroft, Leeds 



CI., W. Lancaster, 
Bradford , Yorkshire 

7V«., Alfred HarrisJ un., 
(Banker,) Bradford, 
Yorkshire 



CI., J. Darlington, 
Bradford, Yorkshire 

Tr., George Ackroyd, 
(Bradford Banking 
Co.,) Bradford, York- 
shire 

[Leeds 

CI., J. Dolby, Bramley, 

Tr., George Meggeson 
(Leeds and County 
Bank), Leeds 

TV., John Longley, 
Churwell, Leed9§ 



CI., W. Carr, Gomer- 

8al1, Leeds 
Asst, CI., S. Pickers- 

gill, Gomersall, Leeds 
TV., Joshua Walker, 

Dewsbury 



CI., J. Falconer, Don- 
caster 

TV., Thomas Walker, 
Doncaster 



C/.,T. Smith, Sheffield 
Asst. CI., T. W. Bailey 
TV., Samuel Bailey, 

Bank, George Street, 

Slieffield 

CI., T. Wilson, Goole 
TV., John Humble 
Rockftt (Ri)nk)Gno1e 



Visitor, Ker. C. A. 
Hope, Barwick* 
South Milford 



J. Banks 
G. R. Wright 
C. J. North 



T. Barber 
C. Lund 
N. Wbiaey 



C. Hainsworth 
8. L. Booth 



G. W. Thompaon 
(Visitor) 



W. Crowther 
H. N. Yeoman 
B. Wilton 



W.B.Wrigfat8on, 

M.P. 
Capt. Ramsden, 

R.N. 
C. W. Hatfield 

T. R. Barkftr 
F. W. Bagshawe 
H. Vickers 



J. Wells 
J. Beaohell 
S. S. Laverack 



Gilbert Incorporation, f First Friday in each month. I First Wednesday in eadi month. 
S Guardians of the Poor. 



POCKET AX.MANAC AND GUIDE. 



141 



Relieving Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Overseers & G«ardians 
each parisk 



1st, «r Narth BierUy, D. 
Priestley, Low Moor, Brad- 
ford, Yorkshire — 2nd, or 
Pudsey, W. Glapham, Idle, 
Leeds — 3rd, W. Mar- 
gerison, Thornton, Brad 
ford, Yorkshire 

Ut, W.Bumiif ton, Bradford, 
Yorlcshirc^— 2nd, B. Wood, 
Hovton, Bradford, York- 
shire— 3rd, D. Metcalfe, 
Manningham, Bradford, 
Yorkshire — Pay Clerk, 
A. Walker 

TAe Union, R. V. Allison, 
Union Workhouse, Bram- 
ley, Leeds 

Bach Guardian in his own 
parish 



J.J. Mais, 6. Smith, B. 
N6l»on, J. Wood, M.D, 
T. Scatctiard, J. A. Led- 
gard, T. B. Ireland. B. 
Organ, J, Hill.W. Pogson, 
CGrabham, J. E. Ellerton, 
Dr Kemii,6.Bedford,M.D., 
J .F. Milner, J. Wales, fi, 
Oxley, T. Scott, J. Green, 
Dr. CJarlisoa 

J.Whitceron,J.MachilI, 
H. A. Warburtou, R. 
Sykes, J. W. Hodg- 
son, U. Mackley, B. 
C. Sykes, M.D., J 
Lambert,R.Aspinail 
J.Fawthrop,J.Corrie 
H. Bell, G. P. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers^ 



if 



J. 



Smith, W.B.Procter, 
S. Lodge, M. Lee, 
J. Foster, E.Sugdeu 



P. Hudson, R. Sykes 



Batiey, J. Ellis, Batley, 
Leeds — Deu'sbury, J. 
Badcliffe, Dewsbury 



N0tthemy J. Rawson, Don- 
caster— •SoM{//«m, J. Far- 
row, Horse Fair, Doncaatei 



TheUnimi, J. Deacden,The 
Edge, Sheffield 



Tie Union, R. Pla«e, Raw- 
cliffe, Selby 



R.Thomas,E. W.TInsdell, J. 
Allon, W. Marray, M.D.. 
T. Ritchie, J. Keichley. J. 
Steel. W. B. Hep worth, J. 
Wood, J.G.Hirst, W.Ducls- 
worth, G. Newstead, J. B. 
Carter, 0. Jewtson, J. 
Long, J. W. Webb, J. 
C. Oall, J. M. Nicholson, 
J.O. Smith, C.Stonefaouae, 
T. F. Sugar, J. A. Ledgard, 
W. S. KiAg, J. J. Mais. 

R. Rayner, B. .W. 
Micklethwaite, W. 
H. Thornton, W 
Ellis, T. B. Oldfield, 
W. H. Hatfield, T. 
Wade, J. W. Green 
wood, G. S. Rhodes, 
J. Whitworth, W. 
Bayldon 
J Rigby,F.C.Fairbank, 
J.Hindle,J. E. Heb 
blethaite, R. Hills, 
J.Ken yon, J.Burman, 
W. Dixon, M.D. 

P. A. Willington, S. 
Arden, K. Wilson, 
G. Booker, J. W. 
Beaumont, M.D. 



R. Bustard, Barwick-in- 
Elmet, South Milford 

Rev. C. A. Hope (gratuit- 
ouslyj 

J. E. Ellerton (M.O.) 



E. Eland, Clayton, Brad- 
ford, Yorkshire 

Rev. T. H. Manning, Clay- 
ton, Bradford, Yorkshire 

W. J. Fawthrop (M.O.) 

R. S. Williama Horton^ 

Bradford, Yorkshire 
Rev. J. Burnett 
J. F. Leeson, M.D. (M.O.) 
Arthur L. Roscoe, Eff. 3 
Margaret B. Dickinson, C.2 

R. V. Allison, Bramley, 

Leeds 
No Chaplain 
T. L. Craister (M.O.) 
J. Nixon, Gaiseley 
No Chaplain 
T. Ritchie (M.O.) 
Elizabeth Keighley 



E. Pearson, Dewsbury 
No Chaplain 
J. Whitworth {US},) 
Sarah U. Shaw 



760 



1«0 



W. E. Cass, J. Savage, 
P. S. EUis, W. Hal- 
denby, T. Perkins 



W. Coulton, Doncaster 
Rev. J. Campion 
L. Kieruan (M.O.) 
John Cochrane, C. I 
Elizabeth Adanu, Pr. 1 

T. W. Batley, Ecdesall 

Bierlow, Sheffield 
Rev. J. T. F. Aldred 

F. A. Willington (M.O.) 

Samuel Fletcher, Eff. 3 

Caroline Linney, Pr. 2 

G. Waite, Hook, Goole 
W. E. Cass (M.O.) 
Beisy Moore, Pr. % 



Digitized by VaOO^'^ 



142 



THE UNION, PARISH, AND BOARD OF HBAI.TH OFFICERS 



Counties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

auti 

Popiitation in 1861. 



^S 



St 



15 



Clerks and Treasurers. 



Chairmea 

and 

Vice-Chainnen. 



YORKSH.W.R-c«. 

Halifax . 

A. 51,784 
P. 128,673 



Hemsworth 

A. 33370 
P. 7,7»3 

Holbeck . 

A. 760 
P. 15^24 



Hudderaiield . 34 
A. 66,560 
P. 131,336 



Hanslet . 

A. 1,100 
P. 25,763 

Keighley . 

A. 30,144 
P. 43,122 



Knaresborough . 
A. 39,942 
P. 17,176 

Leeds . , 

A. 2,100 
P. 117,566 



Oasebum^ Great 
A. 5130S 
P. 11,534 



19 



Pateley Bridge 
A. 74,275 
P. 9,534 

Penistone . 

A. 33,846 
P. 14,419 



W.f 



Th.f 



13 



14 21 



10 



W. 



P.f, 



E. 



49 



W.f 



W.f 



w. 



50 



C2.,C.Bar8tow,HaIifax 

2V., J. G. Wheel- 
wripht, (Commercial 
Bank,) Halifax 

[fract 

CL, J. Poster, Ponte- 

7V., Edward Aid am 
Leatharo, (Leatham, 
Tew,& Co.)Wakefield 

CI., C. Cluderay, Hol- 
beck, Leed« 

Tr., Henry Oxley, 
(Messrs. Brown & 
Co.,) Leeds 

Cl.f Jobn Cocking, 
Hudd^^rsfield 

TV'.JobnGrahamBeiry 
(West Riding Union 
Banking Co.,) Hud 
dersfield 



50 



M.f. 



S.f 



Tb.f 



E. W. Shaw 
D. Qay 
R. Midgley 



Rev.T. PA.Chanip- 

neys 
J. T. Simpaon 

T. Sheldon 
T.Ward 



J. Wrigley 
H. Batterwortli 
J. Shaw 



C'^,T.Schofield, Huns- 
let, Leeds 

Tr., James Wm. Scott, 

(Yorks.Bkg.Co.)Leed». 

C/.,G.Spencer,Keigh- 
ley 

TV., Henry Alcock, 
CravenBank,Keiirh- 
ley [borongh 

CI., E. Smith, Knares- 

TV., Thomas Harrison 
(Old Bk.)Knaresbro' 

CL , H. Lampen , Leeds 

Assist. Cls., R. J. H. 
Sedgwick, and J.B. 
Moore, Leeds 

TV., Henry Oxley, 
Leeds 



C/., H. nr Capes 
Knaresborough 

TV., Mark. Mountain, 
(Banker,) Borough 
bridge 

CL, J. D. R. Fisher, 
Masham, Bedale 

TV.,Thoma8PawsonIn 
gleby,PateleyBridge 

€L,i. Dransfield, Pe- 
nistone, Sheffield 

TV^ James Frudd, 
BamKley 



S. Idle 
W. Rothery 



J. Ellinthorpe 
J. Robinson 
W. Rushworth 



T.C. Wilkinson 

T. Terry 

J. Powell 
W. MiddletoD 

W. Wray 

J. Kirk 



T. Woodward 
C. Clarke 
C. Barritt 



W. Harker 
M. Newbould 



J. Dyson 
H. C Dickinson 
I. Armitage 



Digitized 



byLiOOgle 



POCKET AXEMAN AC AND GUIDE. 



143 



Relieving Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Worlchouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teach&rs. 



Halifax, O.H. Hey, Halifax — £/- 
{aiM<,B. Walker, Elland, Halifax— 
Sorthowram, B. Metcalfe, North- 
<nrram,Halifax— 5oio<rr6^, J. Hol- 
ToyA», Bipponden, Halifax 

The Union, R. EamshaW} 
Hemsworth, Pontefraot 



The Toumship,W. Clement, 
Workhouse, Holbeck, 
Leeds 



IVo. I, J. Sykes, Hndders- 
field — No. 2, J. Mel- 
lor, Kirkburton, Hud- 
dersfield — No. 3, A. 
Meller,Netherthong,Hud- 
dersfield— iVb. 4. T. Wood, 
Slaithwaite, Huddersfield 



The Township, D. Mitchell, 
Hnnslet, Leeds 



F.S.Garllek, W; Nowell,W. 
Elliott, H. Pritchete, J. 
UUey, J. Tweedale/ J.Bo- 
binaon.T.KOrowther. M.I>. 
J. L. P. Pugh, B. Farrar, 
F. E. Macauley, B. Mg 
Lachlan, T, H. Tiuney 

T. M. Leak, G. 
Wood, J. Hindle, 
J. Burman 

D. Mano, W. Scott 



O. W. Bhodes, C. J. Trotter, 
J. Clough, S. Knaggs, W. 
S. Goodall, E. Dyson, J. 
Lockwood, J. Dowse, J. 
King, A. Dyson, T. A. 
Haigh, John Mackln 
tosh, J. Boberta, J. Uessle- 
rave, W. Dean, B. Allatt, 
. Gardiner, E. Trother 



KelgMey,}. Heaton, Keigh- 
ley — Bingley, J. Ingham, 
Bingley — Haworth, M. 
Ogden, HaworthjKeighley 

The Union, M. Butterworth, 
Knaresborongh 

No. \, A. Moore, 1, Prospect- 
row, Pontefract-lane, Leedn 

iVb.2,J.Lawson,EImwood Gr. 
—No. 3, W. S. Robinson \7, 
Recorder-street, Leeds — 
No.A, J.Bowser, 5, £Imwood 
Grove, Leeds — PayClerk,G, 
Carr, 3,Carlton Grove, Leeds 

The Union- -J. C. Peacock, 
Whixley, York 



The Union, W. Thorp, 
Pateley Bridge via Leeds 



The Union, J, Holmes, 
Peaijitone, Sheffield 



W. J. Dutton, Halifax 
Rev. T. Snow, Halifax 
W. H. Peacock (M.O.) 
Louisa J, Hirst 

J, Steele, Hemsworth, Pon- 
tefract 
No Chaplain 
T, M. Leak (M.O.) 
J. Hilton, Holbeck, Leeds 
:No Chaplain 
J. M. Nicholson (M.O.) 



n 



R. PuUan, G. Hand 
cock 



P. Milligan, R. E. 
Ruffe, A. Ingham 
R. A. McNab, T. H. 
Cockcroft 

J. Walker, W. Bul- 
mer, W. C. Cantley, 
T. Trousdale 
R. Beardshaw, Wil 
liam P. Ruddock, F. 
Hall, F. Holmes 
— Dispetiser, J .Hirst 



W.T.Crawford,S.J,Sta- 
niland,W.S.SteeIe,J. 
FalI,C.A.Etches,J. 
Sedgwick 

E. Warburton, R. U 
Dawson, T. Clark 



C. 0. Rowley, T. Tar 
ton, J. Ward 



J. Wood, Dean House, 
Honley, Huddersfield 

G. Sykes, Huddersfield 

C. Lee, Golcar, Hudders- 
field [Huddersfield 

Mary Berry, Kirkheaton, 

G. W, Rhodes (M.O,), C,- J. 

Trotter (M.O,), J. Roberts 

(M.O,), J. Gardiner (M,0.) 

H.B.Atkins, Hunslet, Leeds 

No Chaplaiu 

J. J. W, Gisbum (M.O.) 

Maria Kirk 

G. Midgley, Keighley 

No Chaplain 

P. Milligan (M.O.) 



G. Hudson, Knaresborongh 
W.Bulmer(M.O.) 

H. Douglas, Leeds 
Rev. J. Downing, Leeds 
T. Land (M.O.), G. Wilsoo (M.O.) 

Industrial School. 
J.Woodhead,Leeds 
Thomas Cross 
W. U. tirpanl \ Mary M'Qiuaher 
Harriet Walker 
Mary 0. Hara 
T. G. Stokes, Great Ouse 

burn, York 
Rev.T. Atkinson 
S. Suniland (M,0.) 
Rebecca Stokes, Pr. 2 
H. Hepworth, Bishopside, 
Pateley Bridge via Leeds 
No Chaplain 
E, Warburton (M.O.) 
J. Dawe, Thurlstone, Peni- 

stone, Sheffield 
J, Ward (M.O.) 
Louisa Goodwin 



Digitized by V^OOQ IC 



* Exclusive of Vagrants. 



144 TUB UNION, PARISH, AND BOARD OF HEALTH OFFICERS 



Counties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

antt 

Popiilrttion in 1861. 






ism 

cQkP 



Clerks and Treasurers. 



Chairmen 

and 
Vice-chairmen. 



YORKSH.W.R.-c«. 

Pontefract . 1^® 
A. 88/105 
P. 14,635 



•Preaton, Great . 
A, 43^73 

P. ai^i 



Ripon 

A. 60,088 
P. 15,727 

Rotherfaam 

A. 50,501 
P. 44^50 



Saddleworth 

A. 18,S80 
P. 18,631 



Sedbergh 

A. 53,882 
P. 4,301 



24 



Selby 



A. 52,200 
P. 15,462 

Settle 

A. 154,501 
P. 12,528 

Sheffield . 

A. 10,500 
P. 128,051 



Skipton 

A. 154,012 
P. 31,155 



Tadeaster 

A. 17,002 
P. 4,805 

Thome 

A. 71,046 
P. 16,011 



13 



S.f. 



M.f 



Tb.f 



20 



19 



Th.f 



W.f 



M.f. 



H. 



H. 



E. 



H. 



Ta.f E. 



W. 



S. 



M.f. 



W.f H. 



Ct, W. S, Wood, Pon 
tefract 

Tr,, Roger Hurst, Pon- 
tefract 

CL, J. Atkinson, Gar- 
forth Bridge, Leeds^ 

TV., Joseph Atkinson, 
Garforth-bdg., Leeds 
[Ripon 

CI., R. W. Heslop, 

TV., William Hewby, 
(Yorkshire Banking 
Company), Ripon 

CL, J. Barras, Ro- 
tfaerham 

TV., John GoodaU> 
Bank, Rotherfaam 



CL, O. Piatt, Pros- 
pecton, Uppermill, 
Manchester 
TV., Jas, Kerrey Ker- 
shaw ,Dobcros8,Manc. 
CL, T. Wearing, Sed- 
bergh, near Kendal 
TV., Henry Sykes, 
Sedbergh, Kendal 
C/.,C.Newstead,Selby 
TV., Robert Iforrell, 
(City and County 
Bank,) Selby 
CL, J. Lister, Setde 
TV., Joseph Birk- 
beck (BankeT),Settle 

CLt J. Spencer, Shef- 
field 

2V.,AIbert Holdsworth 
(Sheffield & Hallam- 
shire Bank),Sheffield 



CL, T. Brown, Skip- 

ton 
TV., Henry Alcock 

(Banker), Skipton 

[caster 
CL, J. A. Bromet, Tad- 
TV., Thomas Wm.Tew, 

Carlton, Pontefract 

[Doocaster 

CL, W. Lister, Thome, 

TV., Thomas Walker, 

(SirW.B. Cooke, Bt., 

and Co.,) Doncaster 



S. Hirst 
W. T. Moxon 
W. S. BenUey 

Rev. £. D. Bland 
CFUilorJ 



Rev. J. Hall 
H. Morton 



Earl Fitxwilliam 
Hon. and Rer. W. 

Howard 
W. H. Oxiey 



ReT. R. Whitelock 
R. H. Buckley 



R. Smith 
T. Dent 



J. Hutchinson 
T. Green 
J. Daniel 

T. Preston 
C. Ingtehy 
W.L.WhitUngdale 

G. L. Saunders 
J. Hallam 
W. Stacey 



M. Wilson 
B. H. Bradley 



J. T. Wharton 
W.S, Atkinson 
R. Smith 

W. J.Fox 
W.PriestUy 



* GUbcrt Incorporatioa. 



First Monday in each month. 2~G uanUans of the Poor. 

Digitized by V^OO 



rOCKET AI.MANAC AND QUIDB. 



145 



Relieving Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical I § a 
'Officers, and Teachers. i ^ | 



The Union, T. Long, Tan 
shelf, Pontefract 



The Guardians and Oyer- 
seers, in each parish, give 
all the out-door relief 



T7te Union, 
bank, Ripon 



H. Mui^croft, J. Thomp- 
son, T. E. G. By 
water, T. Scott 



1. Thompson, Q. EUer- 
ton, J. B. Waile«, E W. 
Kemp, T. Scott, J. Hank*, J. 
EUertoR, R. Oxley, ■ Pullan, 
— Bramold,— . (>rabham, T. 
Bywater, W. S. Mackeniie 



, Skell- W. Arnastronjj, C. Hus 
band, T. T. Prank- 
land, T. C. Mitchell 



Rotherham.T.F.DaLWsoQy Ro 
therham — Kimberwortli, 
J. Lund, Maitbrough, Ro- 
th erh am 



T/ie Township, J. W. Had- 
cliffe, Boarshurst, Upper- 
mill, Manchester 



Tke Union, A. Carter, Dent, 
Sedbergh, near Kendal 



T/ie Union, R. Shipman, 
Ousegate, Selby 



Northern, T.B.Procter, Ben 
tham, Lancaster — Southern, 
H. King,jun., Giggleswick, 
Settle 

West, T. Woollam, 4, St. 
George's-ter. Sheffield-SoMM, 
W. Hardcastle, Talbot-ter., 
Park, Sheffield — Central, J. 
Beanett,Shef&eld^.Brightside, 
G.Sykes. 1 20,Brunswirk.road, 
Sheffield— /I«w5to»i/,W. Nay, 
lor, Sheffield 



H. D. Foote, W, 
Clarke, R. O. Blyth 
man, B. Walker, K 
J. Syson, W. H. 
Crossley, B. Le Tall, 
W. Latimer 

W. Blackburn, W. H. 
F. Ramsden, A. 
Leach, J. Hollin- 
worth, M.D., G. M. 
Brumwell, M.D. 

W. D. P. Swain, B. 
Wilson 



Northern, J. Summerskill, 
Hettou,Skipton —Eastern, 
R. Stansfield, Cononley, 
Leeds — tVestern, S. 
Hunter, Skipton 

The Union, T. Jackson, 
Tadcaster 



J. Fothergill, T. Per- 
kins, J. W. Caley, 
J.Hank8,J.F,Milner 

R.Tathani.C.Deightoni 
J. Hartley, W.Terry 



J. Thompson.Tanshelf, Pon- 
No Chaplain [tefract 

H. Muscroft (M,0.; 
Amelia Lea, Pr, 
J. Rhodes, Preston, Leeds 
Rev. E. D. Bland, Kippax, 

Leeds (gratuitously) 
E. W. Kemp (M,0,) 
James Rhodes 
G. Greenwood, Ripon 
Rev. J. xM. Ward 
C. Husband (M,0.) 
Elizabeth Ward 
J, Mitchell, Rotherham 
Rev. R. Mosely, Rotherham 
J. Hardwicke (M.Q,) 
Mary Adams 



200 



The Union, C. Scott, Thome, 
Doncaster 



J. S.Pratt, W.Skinner, 
jun., F.T.Griffith8,H. 
J,WaIker,T.Leeds,G 
H. Shaw, B. Le Tall, 
E. Barker — Dis 
penser, O. Barker 

H. H. Granger, T. J. 
Call, J. D. Roberts, R. 
A.McNab.W.Terry, 
W. Harrison 

J. E. Ellerton, F. C. G. 
Ellerton 



G.Gooddy,H.W.T.Ellia, 
H. W, Pullan, W. 
H. Good worth, R. 
W. Cooper 



W.T.Bradbury,Saddleworth, 

Manchester 
No Chaplain 
W, Blackburn (M,0.) 

A. Thisdethwaite, Sedbergbj 

near Kendal 
No Chaplain 
W,D,P, Swain (M.O,) 
W. Harris, Selby 
No Chaplain 
J, Fothergill, jun, (M,0.) 
JVillium Harris [Settle 
T. Walker, Giggleswick, 
Rev. J, Mclntire 
E S.Green ^M.O.) 
Hannah M, Probert 
J. Wescoe, Sheffield 
No Chaplain 
W. Skinner (M.O.) 
Joseph Sanderson, Eff. 3 
Hannah Gelsthorpe, Eff. 3 



W. Theakstone, Skipton 
Rev. W. H, Clarke 
H. H, Granger (M,0,) 



Catherine Leevers, Weat 

Tadcaster, Tadcaster 
No Chaplain 

[caster 
S. C. Speedy, Thoioie, Don- 
Rev. G. Jannings 
J. J. Littlewood (M,0.) 
Sarah Buck tin, Eff. 3 



198 



314 



11» 



1S9 



750 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



46 TUB UNION, PARISH, AND BOABD OF HEALTH OFFICBBS' 



Aunties & Unions, 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in 1861 



aj2 



Clerks and Treasurers. 



C^uiinnen 

and 
Vice-Chainnen. 



YOBKSH.W.R.-cn. 

Wakefield . 11 26 
A. 38,086 
P. 03,126 



Wetherby .19 «i 
A. 33,346 
P. 6714 ; 

I 

Wharfedale is 

A. 30,798 
P. 15,453 

Wortley . 4' 

A. 51,944 
P. M.092 

WAX.BS8I 

angrleaey: ! 

Anglesey . 

A. 60,913 ' 
P. 17,840 



I 
Holyhead . . ^ 
A. 62,169 ' 
P. 20,317 

Brecknock- 
shire: 

Brecknock . 43 4S 
A. 196,793 
P. 17,279' 



16 



Builth 

A. 102,953 
P. 8,305 

Crick ho well 

A. 53,692 
P. 22,457 



Hay . . . 
A. 89,695 
P. 10,819 

Cardlgran- 
shire; 

Aberayron' 

A. 65,704 
P. 13,540 



30 



10 18 



24 28 



14 10 



W.{ E. 



Th. H. 
f.s. 



F. H. 



6 P.f. H. 



W.f 



Ta.< G. 



S. f. P. 



M.f. F. 
M.f F. 



Th.f P. 



W.f P. 



50 



15 



C/., W. Stewart, West- 
gate, Wakefield 

TV., Edward Aldam 
Leatham, (Messrs 
Leatham, Tew, and 
Co.) Wakefield 

C/., J. Coates, We- 
therby 

TV., Matthew Hins- 
cliflTe, York Banking 
Co.,Wetherby [Odey 

n., C. J. Newstead, 

Tr., Thomas Buck, 
(Yorkshire Banking 
Co.,) Otley 

Cl.f J. Dransfield, Pe- 
niiitnne, Sheffield 

TV., Wmiam Fred. 
Dixon, Page Hall, 
near Sheffield 

C'i.f J. Hughes, Uas- 
erchvTnedd 

TV*., William Hughes, 
National Provin- 
cial Bank of Elng- 
land, Amlwch 

CI., W. Hughes. 
AberflTraw 

Tr.t Edward Hughes, 
(National Provincial 
Bank of England,) 
Holyhead 

CI, D. W. J.Thomas, 
Brecknock 

TV. Joseph Joseph (Old 
Bank,) Brecknock 



CI., E. Owen, Builth 
TV. John Pring, 

(Bank,) Builth 
C/., E. J. C. Davies, 

Crickhowell 
TV.ThoroasFrater(Na- 
tional Provincial 
Bank,) Crickhowell 
C/., C. Griffiths, Hay 
TV., Ed wiuTrotter( Na- 
tional PrtfV^incial Bk. 
of England,) Hay 

[ayron 
CI., John Junes, Aber- 
TV., John Nathaniel 
Evans, Aberayron 

Digitized by 



J. Kaye 
J. Connor 



Earl of Hare wood 
J. Smith 
J. Maxfield 



M. W. Thompson 

E. Bolton 
T. Ward 

Lord Whamclifie 

F. Sutton 

T. Andrews 



Rev. W. Williams 
E. Richards 
Rev. J. Morris 



J. Lewis 
G. Griffiths 



W. Perrott 
T. Evans 



T. WiUiams 
J. Sevan 

Sir J. R. Bailey, 
Bart., M.P. 
J. Roberts 
W. Parry, junr. 

Rev. H. Dew 
B. H. Allen 
K Williams 



E. Edwards 
D. Davies 



CoogTe" 



POCKET AX^MANAC AND GUIDE. 



147 



Relieving Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 



^1 



Northern, T. Wbitaker> 
Wakefield— *V9wMern, i, 
Kershaw, Kirkthorpe, 
Wakefield 



The Union, 
Wethcrby 



J. Clapham> 



The Union, M. Rennard 
Guiseley, Leeds 



T.Walker,B.Kemp.jun. 
H. Horsfall, J. Hirst, 
J.Lockwood,B.Kemp, 
C. Hirst, C. Jewisoij^ 
jun., E.W.Kemp, G. 
Greenwood, F. C. Jen. 
nings, W. H. Day 

J.A. Ledgard,W. Hax- 
worth, M.D.,T. B. 
Ireland, J. G.^niith, 
J. I. Mais 

C. Stonehouse, T. Rit- 
chie, W. W. Allan 



W. Haigh, Stanley-cum- 

Wrenthorpe, Wakefield 
No Chaplain 
H. Horsfall (M.O.) 
Mary Mackintosh 



W. T. Berridge, Wetherby 
Rev. C. M. Merry, We- 
therby 
J. A. Ledgard (M.O.) 



The Union, J. Revitt, The 
Horbnry, Grenoside) near 
Sheffield 



S. Drew, M.D., G. 
Browning, H.Payne 



^Amlwch, J. Evans, Rho- 
sybol — Llangefni, J. 
Roberts, Llangefni — Llan 
/<ec/i^//,W. Edmunds, Tan y- 
rallt, Gemniaes, Amlwch 

Holyhead, H.Willianis,Holy- 
bead— iAer^rate, M. Wil- 
liams, Bryngwrau, Holy- 
head — Bodedern,Vi.Vdii'Ty, 
Llantrisaiut, Bodederu 

\st, or Breclcnock, R. Wil- 
liams, Brecknock — 2wrf, 
or Lilangorse, J. Price, 
Talachddii, Brecknock — 
ardiOrDp/ywwoc&jW.Smith, 
Defynnock, Brcckncck 

Abergwessin, J. Jones, 
Llwynpeojd, Builth — - 
BuUth, J. Powell, Builth 

Crickhotvell, G. Mort?an, 
Cwmdu, Crickhowell — 
Srynmawr, John Jones, 
Clydach, Llanelly» Aber- 
g^avenny 

Hay, E. Powell, Hay — 
Glasbury, D. Price, Tal- 
g^arth. Hay 



Llansantfraed, D. Jones, 
Cilcennin, Aberayron — 
Llandyssilio, D. Davies, 
Llanarth , Aberayron 



r. Hughes, W. Evans, 
J. Lloyd 



W. Walthew, E. Wil 
liams, O. Owen 



John North, J. Wil 
liams, T. Williams, 
T. Armstrong 



J. Jones, H. Bennett 



E. Parry, W. F.Tuc- 
kett, H. Butterfield. 



A.L,Bogle, J. E, Smith, 
T. E. Waiiams 



J. James, T.Jones 



No Workhouse 
No Chaplain 



J. Aitken, Ecclesfield, 
Sheffield 
Rev. 

S. Drew (M.O.) 
Elizabeth H. Skillitigton 
No Workhouse 
No Chaplaiu 



No Workhouse 
No Chaplain 



J.Williams, St. David, Breck- 
nock 
Rev. R. Price, Biecknock 
T. Armstrong (M.O.) 
Benjamin Griffiths, Pr. I 
Mary Jones 
No Workhouse 
No Chaplain 

W. Richards, Llangattock, 

Crickhowell 
Rev. J. Evans, Cricklhowell 
B. Parry (M.O.) 
Mary Tregerfhettr ¥r. 1 
G. Penrose, Hay 
Rev. W. Jj. Bevan, May 
J. E. Smith (M.O.) 
George Penrose 

W.Edwards, Llandewi Abe- 

rarth, Abera^-ron 
No Chaplain 
J. James (M.O.) 



80 



M3 



135 



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148 THB UNION, PARISH, AND BOARD Of HEALTH OFFICERS* 



Counties fc Unions, 


« 






-1 


It' 


il 




Chairmen 


Area in Acres, 


.2 


t'f 


S** 


U 


•5 5 


Clerks and Treasurers. 


and 


and 
Population in 1861. 

CARDI6ANSH.-c«m. 


~ 


35 


«_! 


5^ 






Vice-chairmen. 








] 




Aberystwyth . '30 


33 


22 


MJ. 


F. 


45 


CI., H. Hughes, Abe- 


G.W. Parry 


A. 132,592 














rystwyth 


J. Hughes 




P. M,404 














TV., David Jones CNa- 
tional Provincial 
Bank), Aberystwyth 






Cardigan . 


26 


36 


22 


W.f 


F. 


46 


CI., W. G. George, 


J. Colby 




A. 95.481 












Cardigan 


J.T.W. James 




P. 18.585 








1 




TV. John Evans, Bank, 
Cardigan 


R. D. Jenkiaa 




Lampeter. 


14 


19 





S. f. F. 


*9 


CL» D. Lloyd, Lam- 


W. Jones 




A. 75,710 








1 




peter 


T. J. Hughes 




P. 9,904 












TV., WiBiam Williams, 
(Banker,) Lampeter 


Rev. W. Evans 






22 


23 


2 


Tu.r F. 


4d CI. J. Lewiii, Tregaron 


D. Evans 




A. 122,030 










TV., Darid WiUiams, 


J. J. Davies 




P. 10,737 












Abercoed, Tregaron 


H. Jones 




Carmar- 








1 










tbensliires 








1 

I 










€armnrtheu 


29 


35 


26 


S. f., F. 


46 CL, E. Evans, Car- 


J. L. Phillips 




A.lT!fc,546 








1 




martheu 


W. Rutland 




P. 30^5 












TVj.,Wilkin«,Wilkins, 
& Company, (Bank- 
ers,) Carmarthen 


J. Adams 




Llandilo Fawr . 


12 


37 


21 


S.f. F. 


46 


CI., G. Williams, 


J. L. Thomas 




A. 97,207 














Llandilo 


D. Protfaerv, UJ>, 


P. 17^822 














TV., John Prytherch 
(Bank), Llandilo 


J. Lewis 1 


Llandovery 


11 


22 


14 


S.f. F. 


46 


CI., T. Jones, Tilan- 


W. H. C. Davys 




A. 154,572 














dovery 


G. Jones 




P. 14,775 














TV., David Jeremy, 
(Bank,) Llandovery 






^lanelly • 





16 


7 


Th.f F. 


46 


C/.R. B*. Jone8,LlaneJly 


C. W. Nevill 




A. 73.451 














TV., Henry Jones 


W. Moodie 




P. 27,979 














Evans, Llanelly 






Newcastle - in - 


22 


32 


15 


P.f. 


F. 


46 


«.,W,EGeor«,New- 


SirT.D.Lloyd^Bart. 




Emlyfk . 














castle Enilyn 


J. M. Jones 




A. 113,346 














TV. Enoch Watkins, 






P. 19,081 














Newcastle Emiyn 






Oamar- 




















vonsliire : 




















Bangor aud 


25 


44 


80 


W.f G. 


45 0/., J. Thomas. Car- 1 


C. Blcknell 




Beaumaris . 














narvon 


G. Simpson 




A. 108,280 














TV., John Vincent 


E- Roberts 




P. 9CM02 














Hawkesley WiU 
liaros. Old Bank. 
Bangor 






CaroatTon 


16 


30 


6 


S.f. G. 


45 


CL, J.Thomas, Car- 


R. Jones 




A. 97.635 














narvon 


R. Hughe» 




P. 82^25 














TV., Griffith Roberta 
Rees, ^'Messrs. Wil- 


It. Jones. 




I f » 1 r 


liam* ftO>.,)Camarv. ' 



POCKET ALMANAC AND GUIDE. 



149 



RelieTlng Officers and 
Districts. 



/Vo. I, or Aberystwyth^ i. L- 
Griffiths, Workhouse^Vaenor 
Lower, Aberystwyth — No, 
% or Geneurglyn, i. 
Blackwall, Rhydypenan, 
near Aberystwyth — A^o.3, 
or Hatifihangel, L. Lewis, 
Rbodmade, Aberystwyth 
1 </,orCardi';g'ai»,J. Grifflths,Car. 
digan — %nd^Llandyguidil,i. 
Morris, Kilgerran, Cardigan 
~-3mt,or Newport, O.Thomas, 
Whitechurdi, Cardigan 

No. 1, or Lampeter, D. 
Parry, Lampeter— iVtf. 2, 
or Llanybyther, J. Jones, 
Llanwnen, Carmarthen 

The C/nlo}|i>S. Thomas, Tre- 
garon 



W. L. Noott, 1>. 
Mathias, D. Bowen 



A. Eyans, H. Daries 



R. Rowland, J. Row- 
land, M.D. 



First, J. Erans, Carmarthen— 
Second, John Jones, Tyrys- 
cawen, Llangunnor, Carmar. 
then— T^iril, J. Lloyd. My. 
drim St. Clears — Fourth, 
J. Thomas, St. Clears 

North, D. Phillips, Ffoeslas. 
near Llandilo — South, 
WiUiam Davies, Llandilo 

No. 1, D.Williams, Ystrad, 
Llandovery — No. 2, D. 
Williama, Llandorery 

Upper, T. Jones, Longher, 
Llanelly — Lower, J. 
RoberU. Llanelly 

No.\, D. Jones, Llain, New- 
castle Emlyn — No,.%, i. 
Jones, Goytre» Newcastle 
Emlyn 



C«r»«r«pM«Mrtf No, 1, L. Xdwardi, 
Gsrth, Bangor— Caniai-viiNf Alt ^, 
No, 3, T. HufbM, BeihfMia. 
BaotfOr '— i<Mf /r«ry. No, 1, H. 
P.Joii«,Besnmsrii»-'lltf.,No.3,Du 
JooM, LlsagrtiUolait, Ltaogefnl 



CaritmTWon, D. Thomas, Carniir* 
von — Xlm^tffrof , B. Hiicbt*^ 
Ci \ B.iOfr Csruftr«on — ' itUunu^ 
W. R. Whiir»id«, F« ai»irwd«»<, 
CanisrtoB— ItoMuftfif, W. Bute, 
Ll4aircinw«a, Cani4r%on. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Thomas James, Jacob 
Roberts 



J. Lewis,J.L.Thom,as, 
W. E. Morgan, D. 
Lloyd, P. Williams, 
W. Davies 

E. Lloyd, T. Lewis, E. 
E. Williams, £. Jen 
kins 

D. Thomas, G. G. L. 
Williams 



W. E. Humphreys, B, 
Thomas 



John Jones, James 
Thomas, T. Evans 



H.Ellis, H. Hughes, B. 
Jones, T. J. Jones, 
D. K. Jones 



J. WiUUms, M.D., B. 
Jones, T. S. Foster, 
W. W. Roberta, W, 
Maiigham» M.D, 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers, 



J.L.Griffitha, Vaenor Lower, 

Aberystwyth 
No Chaplain 
J. Roberts (M.O.) 



B. Lodwig, St. Dogmells, 

Cardigan 
No Chaplain 
D. Mathias (M.O.) 



No Workhouse 
No Chaplain 



No Workhouse 
No Chaplain 



B. Jones, Saint Peter, Car- 
marthen 

Rev. D. Parry 

D. Lloyd (M.O.) 

Anna M. Lewis, Pr. 1 

M. Pendry, Llandilo Fawr* 
Llandilo 

T. Lewis (M.O.) 

Jane Harries, C. 2 

R. Beynon, Llandingat, 
Llandovery 

No Chaplain 

G.G. L. WiUiams (M.O.) 

W. Geort^e, Llanelly 

B. Thomas (M.O.) 

W. B. Humphreys (DtO.) 

Ann Evans, C. 1 

D. Daties, Cenarth, New- 
castle Emlyn 

No Chaplain 

J. Thomas (M.O) 



R. Owen, Bangor 
Rev. D. Evans, Bangor 
H.Enis(M.O.) 
WiUiam Jones, V, » 



J. Owen, UanbeUig, Car- 
narvon 
No Chaplain 

W. Maugham, M.D. (M.O.) 
Jane Huehes, Pr* 2 



200 



120 



130 



IftO 



1»7 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



150 



THETKION, PABISH, AND BOABD OF HEALTH OFFICERS 



T" 



Counties & Unioiu, 
Area in Acres, 

and 
opitlation in 1861. 



■Sg 



2 _ 

Si 

|5 



Is 

^5 



Clerks and Treasurers. 



Chairman 

and 

Yice-Cliainnei 



CARNARyONSH.-r«i. 
Conway . 

A. 57^131 
P. 13^66 

Pwllheli . 

A. 02^80 
P. »0,827 



Denbtgrb - 
ablre : 

Llanrwst . 

A. 100^31 
P. 12,7T0 



31 



le 



RutliiD 



A. 02^53 
P. 16,083 



Wrexham 

A. 7»,5». 
P. 47^5 

Flintshire s 

Asaph, Saiat . 
A. 93,934 
P. 27,518 

Ha warden 

A. 31,015 
P. 9,52«r 

Holywell . 

A. 89,479 
P. 39,941 

Glamor-r 
flTf^sliire I 

Bridgend and 

Cowbridire 

A. 109,511 

P. 20,465 



GaWtifT . 

A. 82.198 
P. 58,285 



Gower , 

A. 59,603 
P. 8,316 



13 



f.F 



VV.f 



CI., William Hughes, 

Conway 
7>-.,\^illiam Bridge, 

Conway 
C/.,0. Owen. Pwllheli 
TV*., John CaMon, 

(Banker,) Pwllheli 



R. DaTiea 
ReT. T. Hughes 



B. T. Ellis 
W. WatUn 
R. Jones 



TuJ G. 



44 



21 



59 



IS* 20 



20 


M.f. 


< 




20 


Th. 


20 


Th.f 


4 


P.f. 


16 


F.f. 


19 


S. 


32 


s. 


8 


Tu.f 



6. 



CI., W.Owen,lJanrw«i 
TV., GeorgeRae (North 

and South Wales 

Bank,) Liverpool 
CI., B. Davis, Ruthin 
T>'.,George RaefNorth 

and South Wales 

Bank), Ruthin 

C/., John Bury, Wrex- 
ham 

TV., Edwin Wyatt, 
Wrexham 

[Asaph 

CI., P. Wynne, St, 

TV., George Rae, 
North&S^'nth Wales 
BankingCo.]>enbitfh 

C/.,J. Rijrby, White- 
friars, Chester 

TV.. James Smith, 
Old Bank, Chester 

e/., J. V. Harrison, 
Holywfll 

TV., George Rae, 
(North and Smith 
Wales Bank,) Holy- 
well 

CI., S. Cox, Bridg- 

fnd 
TV..Winiam Lewellin, 

(Bank) Bridgend 

CL, W. P.Stcphenaon, 

Cardiff 
TV., 'Ihomas Wnods, 

Narii nal Pm\incial 

B«nk of England, 

Cardiff 

[Pi<ra(le,Swansea 
Ci RW. Beor,7, Qua?? 
TV, Gifrgre Yonnfr, 
Glam.BkL.Co.,Swan8ea 



R.O.MouUdale 
J. R . GriffitU 
R. Hughes 

J. Maurice 
ReT. D. Roberto 
J. Peers 



Capt. Panton,B.N, 
T. Edgworth 
G. W. Chaloner 



Captain Thomas 
B. W. Wynne 



SirS.R.61yBne, Bt 
ReT. H. Gl^nne 



Lord Mostym 
E. Jones 
ReT. R. J. Roberts 



J. C. Nicfaoll 
ReT.C.LIJLewellta 



E. W. Darid 
Rev. T.H. J.Jones 
J. Bird 



T. Penriee 
£. K.iame 



Digitized 



byGoogk 



POCKET ALMANAC AND GUIDE. 



151 



Relieving Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhoosei. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachert, 



n 



Creuddyn ,J . Jones^Mochdre, 
Cou YfSiy-^Llechweddlssa, 
R. Hughes, Conway 

Aberdaron, T. Griffith, Llan- 
faelrhys, PwUheli—Cric- 
ciethf Rd. Jonesj Llangy bi» 
Pwllheli — iV«yi», Wm. 
Roberts, Nevin, Pwllheli 
—Pwllheli, E. T. Griffith, 
Alltddu, Pwllheli 

Llanriifst, D. Williams, 
Llanrwst — Pentrefoelas, 
T. Williams, Pentrefoelas, 
Llanrwst , 

Ruthin, W. U. Jones, 
Kwthxn—Llanrhaiadrt T 
Griffith^, Ruthin 



.Wo. 1, E. Wright, Wrex- 
ham— .Vo. 2, J. Hesketh, 
Holt, Wrexham— /Vb.3, E. 
Morris-, Hope.Mold — NoA^ 
J. Owen, Ruftbofl 

^f, Asaph, John Jones, St. 
Asaph — Abergele, R. 
Roberts, Abei^ele — Den- 
bigh, W. Jones, l>enbigh 

The Union, P. Mitchel, 
Bretton, Hawarden 



ISTo. l,«r 3fold, J. Roberts, 
Mold — AT*. 2, or Holy- 
weU, W. Hu5fhe8,H61yweIl 
—IVo. 3, or WMtford,J. P. 
Hooson, Whitford, Holy- 
weU 

Cowbrldge, D. Uoyd, Cow- 
bridge -~ Af<testeg, W. 
John, Rhyd, Bridgend — 
Bridgend, R. Leyshon, 
Bridgend 

Llandaff, No. I, T.Williams, 
Cauton,nr.Cardi(f--Car<2;/; 
P. Wride, Cardiff- jr/.iVi. 
cholas, T. Eagleton, Bonvil- 
8tone,Cardiff- Whitchurch, 
H. Hopkins, Whitchurch, 
Cardiff 

The Union, C. Davies, Pen- 
maoi, Swansea 



R. Jones, H. K. B.Wil 
liama 



T. Williams,J.Roberts, 
J. E. Hughes, T. H. 
Hughes, H. H. 
Hughes 



Wm. Evan Hughes, 
Wm. Hughes 



Thomas Jones, E. 
Pierce, M.D., J. R. 
Jenkins 



J.Dickenson,E.Dayie8, 
W. Jones, R. C. Ro- 
berts, W. Price, R. 
Parry, M. Pixan 

i.l:iodge,»I.D.,T.F.Ett- 
wards, R.Griffiths,R. 
Davies, E. Jones 

T. Moffat, J.D. Weaver 



E. G. Clarke, J. 
Williams, R. Jones, 
J.H.Wolstenholme, 
T. E. Jones 



E. Bates, Jas. Lewis, 
M.D., A. J. Verity, 
M. Allen 



F. W. Granger, E. 
Hill, H. Edwards, 
J. Lewelly&,E. Bates, 
J. F. Milward, A. 
Sheen 



A, G. P. Wilks 



W. Thomas, Conway 

No Chaplain 

R. Jones (M.O.) 

Catherine Owen, Pr. 1' 

P.Watkins,Denio,Pwllheli 

No Chaplain 

U. H. Hughes (M.O.) 



W. Jones, Llanrwst 

No Chaplain 

W. E. Hughes' (M.O.) 

L Williams, Llanrhydd, 

Ruthin ' 
J. R. Jenkins (M.O.) 
John Mathews, Pr. 1 
EUen Jones 

h. Ralph, Bersham, Wrex- 
ham [ham 
Rev. J, C, Roberto, Wrex- 
B. Davies (M.O.) 
>. »r. Lloyd— Ellen Liptrot 
J"_ Ritberu, St. A»aph 
Rei. T. Brown. St. Ar^P?! 
L. Lodge (M.O.) 
Thomas Parry— C.L. Lloyd 
J. Bamber, Hawarden 
tlev. E. Austin 
T. Moffatt (M.O.) 
Anne J. Jones, Pr. 3 
Thomas Hughes, Holywell 
Rev. H. Jones, Holywell 
J. C. Djivies (M.O.) 
WlUiam Morris 
Sarah A. Hughes, C. 1 



W. Leyshon, jun.. Lower 

Coity, Bridgend 
No Chaplain 
A. J. Verity (M.O.) 
WUhelminaJ. Warman, Pr.2 
E. John, St. John the 

Baptist, Cardiff 
Rev. J. Hughes 
H. Edwards (M.O.) 
Henry Godfrte, C. 1 

Industrial School at Ely 
J. Harris, Llandaff, Cardiff 
Joan Roberts, G. 2 

C. Davies, Penmaen, Swan> 
No Chaplain [sea 

D. Davies (M^.) 



180 



350 



430 



M5 



60 



Digitized by 



Coo^k 



152 



THE UNION, PABISH, AND BOAKD OF HBALTH OFFICEBS* 



rounties& Unions. 

Area in Acres, 

and 

Population in 1861. 


1 




Ex-officio 

Guardians 

Day of 

Meeting. 


|| 


<5 


Clerks and Treasurers. 


Chairmen 

and 

Vice-Chairmdn. 




3LMI0RGANSH.-cn. 

MerthyrTydvil 

. A. 75,409 

p. 93,009 


6 


34 


11 


S. 


P. 


46 


C/.,F. Jame8,McrthyT 

Tydril 
7V.,Tho8.Jone8 Evans, 


G. T. Clark 
L. Lewis 
D. Winiama 
















(Banker,) Merthyr 




















Tydvil 






Neath . . 
A. 162,817 
P. 38,533 


30 


39 


19 


Ta.f 


F. 


46 


Cl.» H. GathbertsoD, 
Neath 

Ass. CI., J. Kenjp- 
thorne.* Neath 

TV. John Henry Row- 
land, (Bank,) Neath 

[Pontypridd 


H. Gwyn, M.P. 
J. Rees 
W. Jones 




Pontypridd . 

A. 75,076 


6 


25 


8 


W. 


F. 


40 


C/., E. C. Spictett, 


W. Perkins 










f.8. 






rr., John Bates (West 


W. Prichard 




P. 30,387 














of England & South 
WalesDistrietBnk.), 
Pontypridd 


6. J. Penn 




Swansea . 


9 


20 


23 


Th. 


P. 


46 


CI. 6.B.Ha3Fnes,Swan- 


C. T. Wilson 




A. 44,166 
P. 51,260 














sea 
TV., George Young 
(Banker), Swansea 


T. Phitlipa 

J.T. D. UeweUyn 




Kerlonetli- 




















Bbire i 




















Bala . 


5 


12 


6 


S.f. 


G. 


45 


CI., J. B. Jones, Bala 


J. Jones 




A. 58,292 














TV., John Jones, 


W. Jones 




P. 6,352 














(Bank,) Bala [wen 






Corweu 


15 


26 


6 


F.f. 


G. 


45 


C/., W. Williams, Cor- 


R. White 




A. 123307 














TV., Robert Erans, 


Rey. D. Evans 




P. 16,091 














Corwen 


R. Roberts 




Dolgellev 


13 


19 


14 


Th.f 


G. 


45 


C/., G. Williams, 


L. Williams 




A. 145,213 














Dolgelley 


W.Jones 




P. 12,4S2 














TV.,Lewi8Willianis,Jr. 
(OIdBant),Doljrelley 






FeHtinio*^ . 


15 


24 


10 


Ta.f 


a 


45 


CI., S. Vaughan, Port- 


S. Holland 




A. 138,714 














madoc, Carnarvon 


W. E. Morris 




P. 18,289 














TV., John Gasson, 
(Banker,) Festiuiog, 
Tan-y-Bwlcb, Car- 






ZMTontgroiu- 
erysnire : 














narvon 
























Llanfylliii 


24 


29 


9 !Th.f 


O. 


34 


e/.,Wm. Jones, Uan. 


Rev.W.M.Winiams 




A. 18?,S70 














fyllin 






P. 21,699 














TV., George Rae, 
(North and South 
Wales Bank,) Uan- 
fyllin 






MachyulUth . 


11 


15 


4 


W.f 


G- 


45 


CL, D. Howell, Ma- 


Rev.W.n.Daviea 




A. 110,617 














chynlleth 


J. F. Jones 




P. 12,395 














TV(., National Provin- 


Rev. T. Davies 
















cialBank,Machyn]. 






1 1 


1 1 1 leth 





* Clerk to the Assesament Committee. 



imittee. (^r-ir\n\o 

Digitized by VaOO^ Ic 



POCKBT ALMANAC AND OUIBB* 



153 



ReUeTing Officers and 
Districts. 



District 
Medical Officers. 



Workhouses. 



Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers, 



si 



No. UW.J. Jones, Merthyr 
Tydvil— Xo. 2, G. Price, 
Merthyr Tydvil — No. 
3, £. Davies, Hengoed, 
Caerphilly— iVo. 4, W. Da- 
rid, Aberdare 

No. I, or First Central, J. 
Francis, Keath — No. 2, or 
Western, J. Morgan, Pon- 
tardawe, near Swansea — 
No. 3» or Eastern, G.Jones, 
Aberayon> Taibach, Neath 
— No. 4, or Second Central, 
P. Davids, Re«olTen, Neath 

JVo. 1, W. Phillips, Bryn 
Golan, Pontypridd — No. % 
J. Morgan, Llantrisant, 
Pontypridd 

Swansea, , Swansea 

— Ijtatiga/elach, E. Bevan, 
Penygwem, Llangafelacb, 
Swansea — Llandilotaly 
bont, J. Morgan, Bolgoed, 
Llandilotalybont, Swansea 

TMe Union, J. Morris, Bala 



R. Miles, T. Griffiths, 
P. R. Cress well, J, 
Leigh) Lewis Red- 
wood, D. Dayiea, £. 
Jones, T. Webster, 
W.Rhys, B. W. S. 
Daries, J. Probert 

F. M. Russell, T. 
Evans, W. Price, J. 
Russell, W. Rhys, 
J. Cook, J. Lewis, 
M.D. 



Cortven, R. Hughes, Cor- 
wen — Gwyddelwen, T. 
White, Cymwyd, Curwen 

B^urmouik, John Jones, Dol- 
gelley— 7^a/^/Zyn,M .Jones, 
Talyllyn, Machynlleth 

Tremadoc, Thos. Jones, Tre- 
madoc, Carnanron — FestU 
f»iO)jr,R.Jones,Tan-y-Bwlch, 
Carnarvon —LlanfihangeL 
jf-traethan, R.Robert8,Har- 
lech, Barmouth 

t,lanfylUn, M. Jones, 
UanfyUin— X./a»/alr, T. 
Watkin, Llsinfair. Welsh- 
pool — Llanrhaiadr, A. 
Vaughan, Llanrhaiadr,Os- 
wwtry—Guils/ield, R. Da 
Ties, GuiUfield, Welshpool 

MackynUeth, L. Williams, 
Machynlleth— P«nfia/, E. 
Bell, Aberdorey, Machyn- 
lleth — ^/>aroM«n,D.H«wen , 
Ltanbrynmair, Newtown 



W. Morgan, W. Erans, 
E. W. S. Daries. J 
Leigh, J. Llewellyn 
H.N. Daries, D.W 
Daries 
D. H. Thomas, H. 
Davies, T. M. Jones 



R. Hughes 



D. Hughes, J. Daries, 
J. R. Walker 

F. P.Daries, L. Erans, 
J. P. Jones, R. Grif- 
fiths, J. P. Birch, D. 
R. Pughe 

R. Roberta, W. Wil- 
liams 



D. Evans, M.D.,W.L. 
Hughes, T. Edwards, 
W.W.Thomas. T. B. 
Barrett 



H. Lloyd, J. Pughe, D. 
Campbell, R. Grif- 
fiths. R. Edwards 



T.6. Meredith,Merthy rTydvi] 
No Chaplain 
P. Allday (M.O.; 
Ann Lewis 



L. Richards, Neath 
Rev. J. Griffiths, Neath 
J. Russell (M.O.) 
Mary A* Guard 



W. Johns, Llautwitrardre, 

Pontypridd 
No Chaplain 
W. Morgan (M.O.) 
Caroline A, Perkins 
J.J. Hewson, Swansea 
No Chaplain 
D. H. Thomas (M.O.) 
Mr. Bennett 
Mrs, Bennett 



J. B. Jones, Llanycil, Bala 

No Chaplain 

R. Hughes (M.O.) 

W. Jones, Corwen 

No Chaplain 

J. R. Walker (M.O.) 

J. Edwards, Dolgelley 

No Chaplain 

W. Williams (M.O.) .,. 

W. Jones, Llanfihan^el-y- 
traethan, Tan-y-Bwlch, 
Carnarvon ' 

No Chaplain 

R. Roberts (M.O.) 



15t 



D. Rowland, LlanfylUn 
Rer. T. Daries, LlanfylUn 
D. Erans, M.D. (M.O.) 
Charles Jones 
Sarah W. Jones 



T. Thomas, Mao)iynlletb 
No Chaplain 
H. Lloyd (M.O.)] 



Digitized by V^jOCy i 



34d 



350 



130 
120 



150 



350 



154 THE USIOX, FABISH, AND BOABD OF HEALTH OFFICBB8 



Counties & Unions, 


i 


-a c 


II 


^^ 




£2 


Chairmen 




Area in Acres, 




V'^ 


11 


^'S 




I'l 


Clerks and Treasurers. and 




and 
PopiUaUoninlsei. 


H 




=1 




1.2 


Vice-chairmen. 




MONTBOMERTSH-cit. 




















t Monti^omery Sc 


IB 


29 


25 


W.f 


G. 


34 


CL, W.Wildiiig,Mont- 


T.Barrs 




Pool 














gomery* 


6. B.Smith 




A. 63^!t2 














TV., Thomas Bowen, 






P. 17,468 














(Messrs. Beck& Go's 
Bink,) Welch Pool 






Newtown and 


17 


27 


18 


W.f 


6. 


34 


CA D. Smith, New- 


Rer. J. Evana 




Llanidloes 














town 


C. Morgan 




A. 189,537 














7V.,George Rae,North 






P. 23,732 














and South Wales 






Pemliroke- 














Bank, Liverpool 






Bbire; 




















HaTcrfordwest. '64 


68 


47 


w.f 


P. 


46 


CL, R. James, Harer- 


J. p.A.L.PhiHpps 




A. 170,861 














fordwest 


James Higgon 




P. 37,343 














Asst. CL, J, James, 
Haverfordwest 

TV., William Walters, 
(Banker,) Harer- 
fordwest 


J. Bowen 




Narberth . . 


51 


53 


14 


M.f. 


F. 


46 


CI., J.Miles, Narberth 


Rer. W .D. Phillips 




A. 124,903 














Asst, CI., J. Thomas, 


T. Griffitha 




P. 21,344 














Narberth 
TV., WiDiam Walters 
(Banker), Narberth 


Rer. B. B. Jones 




Pembroke 


29 


36 


25 


rh.f 


F. 


46 


<7/.,R. M. Jones, Pem. 


Rev. W. Allen 




A. 69,804 














broken 


N. A. Rach 




P. 28,930 














TV., William Holm, 






Radnor - 














Pembroke 






shire 1 
















' 




Knighton . 


20 


25 


6 


Th.f 


F. 


18 


CZ.,J.HudMm Knigb- 


B. Bennett 




A. 100,808 














ton 






P. 10,379 














TV., William Wiison 
Archibald, (Bank) 






Presteigrne 


16 


17 


4 


Wf. 


F. 


18 


CA. H. M.Jones, Prea- 


V.J. Edwarda 




A. 25,534 














teigne 


' R. Edwards 




' - P. 3,741 














TV., Cecil Parsons 
(Messrs. Parsons & 
Co.) Presteigne 






'Rhayader 


10 


18 


10 


w.f 


F. 


45 


CL, John Jarman, 


Rer. J. J. Evans 




A.105,532 














Rhayader 


£. Meredith 




P. a,816 














TV.,6eorgeRae (North 
and South Wales 


J. Jones 








^.^ 


^^ 


1 1 1 Bank). Rhayader ' > 



* Cleric to the Ghiardians of the Poor. 



f Under Local Act. 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



POCKET AI.MANAC AIID GUIDE. 



105 







District 


Workhouses. | 




BeUeviDg Officers and 




8 




Districts. 


Medical Officers. 


Masters, Chaplains, Medical 
Officers, and Teachers. 


q 




Tb« Overseers of the seve- 


E. T. D. Harrison 


M. Williams, Forden, Mont- 


200 




ral Parifthes 




gomery 
Rev. R.J.Harrison 
E. D. T. Harrison (M.O.) 
Sarah A. Pughe, Pr. 2 
Marjf Stephens 






FirstjT. Jones, Newtown— 


W. Parry, M.D.,W.A. 


W. Morris, Llanwnog^ 


450 




Secend, £. Owen, Llanid- 


Davies, Rd. Jones, 


Newtown 






loes — Tl^d, i. Hamer, 


M.D., £. Hall, I. 


Rev. R. Roberts 






juai., Llanwnog, Newtown 


Rowland 


W. Parry, M.D. (M.O.) 
Edward Lewis, Pr. 3 
Margaret E. Davies, Pr. 1 






FUhguard, D. J. Vaughan, 


W. D. Wathen, G. 


G. Carter, St. Thomas, Ha- 


250 




fSshffuard — Haverford- 


Griffiths, J. Howells, 


verfordwest 






west, 6. Thomas, Ha- 


T. H. Rowe :. 


No Chaplain 






verfordwest — Milford, 


> 


T. H. Rowe (M.O.) 






J. John, JohnstoDf 




Enoch Thomas, C. 2 






HaTerfoi*dwe8t Si. Da- 




Anne Thompson, Pr. 2 






vid's, H. Bevan, Loch- 










Tane, Haverfordwest 










JVo. 1, W. Philipps, Narberth 


Thomas G. Bush, M. 


J. Williams, Narberth 


150 




— No. % W. J. Rowe, 


G. Evans, T.H. New- 


No Chaplain 






Kilgetty, Narberth — No. 


sam, Charles L. 


T. G. Bush (M.O.) 






3, i. Griffith, Evelwen, 


Croaswell 


Maria Jftomas, Pr. 1 






Narberth 










No. 1, 6. Twigg:, Pembroke 


T. Mansel, H. P. 


S. P. Gedge, StMary, Pem- 


200 




—No. 2, D. Johns, Coshes- 


Jones, G. Chater, 


broke 






ton, Pembroke,— J f^M^an/ 


R. H. Byers,G. Har- 


Rev. F.G. Leach. 






ditto, 6. Evans, Pembroke, 


ries 


H. P. Jones (M.O.) 






and R. Harrison, Tenby 




Ephraim Thomas, Pr. 3 
Mary Twigg, Pr. 1 






Knighton, E. Morgan, 


0. J.Govemton ,M.D.,T. 


T. Matthews, Rnightonl 


120 






A.F.Scott,J.M,Jones, 


Rev.J.R. Brown, Knighton 






Hamer, jun.,Llananno,Pe- 


T. S. H. Jackman 


C. J.Covcrnton, M.D. (M.O.) 






nybont 




Mary Matthews, Pr. 1 






TheUnion,\Z.vr^9L er, Pres- 


T. 0. Hunt; 


No Workhouse 


„^ 




teisne 




No Chaplain 






Rhayader, T. Jonep, Rhay- 


E. Jones 


No Workhouse 






SLAet^Nantmel, J. Grif- 


» 


No Chaplain 






fiths, Nan tmel, Rhayader 




- 





Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



n 



34 



( 156 ) 

SCHOOL 

Farmed by the Poor Law Board 



Karnes of Districts 
and of Inspectors. 



Names of Unions, &c., 
comprised in Districts. 



Central London 
U. Corbett, jun., 
Dr. >Iaikhamf 
M.D.,andE.Car. 
leton Tufnell 



South MetropcUtan 

U. Corbet, jun., 

Dr. Marldrnm, 

M.D.,andE.Car. 

leton Tofnell 



North Stur^ 
U. Corbet, jun., 
Dr. Markham, 
M.D.,andE.Car. 
leton Tufnell 



FamJMun and 

Hartley Wintney 

W. H. T. Hawley 

and £. Carleton 

Tufnell 

South-Ea$t Shrop. 
shirt 
A. Doyle and 
T. B. Browne 



Reading and Wo- 



City of London 
East London 
Saint Saviour's 
West London 
St. Martin's in the 
Fields 



Bermondsey 
Camberwell 
Greenwich 
Rotherhithe 
Saint OUres 
Saint Mary, Newing. 
ton 



Chelsea, St. Luke's 
Croydon 
Kingston 
Lewisham 
Richmond 

Wandsworth and 
Clapham 



Alton 
Famham 
Hartley Wmtney 



Bridgnorth 
Cleobury MortUner 
Madeley 
Seisdon 



Number of 
Managers. 



Dr. Smith, M.D., 
and £. Carleton 
TufneU 



Day of 
Meeting 



1st & 3rd 

M.in every 

other 



S. Heath, Jua. 
IO,Basingfaall 
Street, E.C. 



MimL 



1st & 3rd 
Tu. in 
every 
Month 



let M. in 
every 
Month. 



IstM. in 
every 
Mc^tth. 

LastS.fai 

evciry 
Month. 



Names and 

Addresses of 

Clctka. 



J. Burgess, 
Vestry Hall, 
NewingtoOjS* 



S. Edwards, 
6r«yve Place, 
Lewisham, 
S.E. 



Vf. HoUcM, 



E. W. HMle- 
-wood, Bridg. 
noEth 



LestW. hi 
every 



C.nnd\e 



J. Pike, Read, 
ing 



( 157 ) 



DISTRICTS. 

under the! SfS Vict., c. 101, «. 40. 



Names of Chairmen 
and Vice-Qiainnen. 



Names and 
Addresses of 
Treasurers.' 



Schools. 



Names of 
Medical Officers. 



Names of 

SupenntendentA, 

Chaplains, and 

Teachers, 



W. H. Dalton 
J. Sewell 



J. Cowen 
C. J. Jolland 



J. L. Bennett 
G. Alder 



F. R. ThreKher 
J. Cave 



W. L. Lowndes 
T. W- W- Browne 



T.F.Mntfand 
J.'Mayuifrd 



Rii-hard Twining, 
215, Strand, W. C. 



W. T. Coster 



Forrest Rothney, 
London & West- 
minster Bank, 
Southwark, S.E. 



Barclay, Bevan, 
Tritton,& Co.,54, 
Lombard Street. 
E.C. 



Jas. KniRht, (Ban- 
ker,) Farnham 



John Henry Coo- 
per, (Banker,) 
Bridgnorth 



John Simonds, 
(Banker,) Read, 
ing 



W. Clarke 



F. E. Wilkinson, 
M.D. 



R Y. Knowles 



T. W. Haslehurst 



J. Taylor 



6.W.HiIlyard,Han. 

well 
Rev. S. V. Edwards, 

Hanwell, W. 
Wm. T. ImesotK 
Richard J. Lareombe 
WUliamLeMtn^CZ 
Grace Le Min^ C. 3 
Emily Sutton 



J. C. Bicknell, SaU 

ton, Surrey, S. 
Rev. J. D.Carey, Car- 

shalton 
Isaac Todhunter,t^.\ 
T.L. GiU/garitEff. I 
mUtam Dennett, Eff.I 
l!.Itxih. Dennett, Eff. I 
Eliizth, TodhuHUr^ES. 1 
Marianne James , C, 
W.Smith, Fenge, near 

Croydon, S. £. 
Rev. O. J. Vignoles, 

Anerley 
Jas. Marsland, £fC 1 
Wm. C. Bray 
Amelia Muskett, Eff.I 



Mart/ A. Legg,C. \ 
Annie Severn, Eff. 



G. Croucher, Cron. 

dall, Aldershot 
Rev. H. Wyatt, 

CrondaJl, Aldershot 
Henry OUver, Eff. 3 
E. Knight, C.\ 
L. Roacb, Quatt 
Rev.O.Bellett,Bridg. 

north 
Lewis Roach, Eff. 1 
Charles Roach, Pr. I 
Mary A. Gilbert, C.2 



J. Cheeseman, War. 

grave 
Rev.S.Sturges.War. 

grave 
Joseph Driver, Eff. 1 
Elizabeth Driver, C.2| 

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Names of Districts. 



Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire 
Berkshire and Hampshire . . 
'Buckinghamshire and North- 
amptonshire 

^Cambridgeshire and HunU 

ingdonshire 

^Cheshire and Denbighshire 
Cornwall and Devonshire .... 
Camberland A Westmoreland 

Cumberland, West 

Devonshire, Central 

Devonshire, North 



Devonshire, South- East 

Durham and Northumberland 
Durliam and Yorkshire .. . 

Essex 

Gloucestershire and Mon. 

mouthshire 

Hampshire and Sussex ... 



Hampshire and Wiltshire . 

Herefordshire 

Kent, East 

Kent, West 

Lancashire, South, & Cheshire 
Lancashire, West and North. 
I^i??>|t$rsbire luul Notting. ] 

liamshire • j 

l^incolnshire and Rutlandshire 

London 



Metropolitan, North-East . 
Metropolitan, North- West. 
Metropolitan, South-East . 
Metntpolitan, South- West . 

Norfolk, East 

Norfolk, West 

Northumberland 

Oxfordshire and Warwickshire 
.-Shropshire & Montgomeryshire 
Somersetshire and Wiltshire 
'Somersetshire, West 



Staflordshire and Derbyshire. 
■StaflTordshire & Worcestershire 
Suffolk, East 



Suffolk, Northwest .., 
;SaffoIk, West 

Sussex and Kent 

'Sussex, East, and Surrey 

Sussex, West 

Wales, North 

Wales, South , 

Wiltshire and Gloucestershire 

Yorkshire, North-East 

Yorkshire, South 

Yorkshire, West 

-^t. George, Hanover- square, 
« St Pancras 

St. Oiles-In-the-FleldK, & 
^ George, Bloomsbury 



§ 



3- 20 



No. of 
UniOM 
In each 
District. 



19 
22 



30 
17 

8 
6 

4 



6 
21 
11 
17 

17 



9 
12 
19 
20 
15 



11 
16 

7 
11 

fi 
20 

20 

18 
19 
16 



16 
19 
21 

18 



Names and Addreases of Auditors. 



D.G. Adey, Markyate Cell, near DunsUble. 
G. Barnes, Newbury. 

( Alfred Hayward, 27, Broadway, Ham- 

) mersmith, W. 

E.B.Prest, 9, Scrope.terrace, Cambridge. 

T. Kyffin Roberts. Flas-yn-Roe, St. Asaph. 

N. H. P. Lawrence, Launcesion 

J. R. Donald, Carlisle. 

R. F. Yarker, Ulverstone. 

John Tvrrell, St.Leonard's Cottage, Exeter. 

( J. N. Vowler, Hayne, Lew Down, North 

( Devon 

R. C. Tucker, Ashbarton 
J. Radford, Gateshead 
J. Huntoo, Richmond, Yorkshire. 
Henry Collin, Billericay 

E. MurreU, Southfleld, near Tewkesbury. 

Broken up and added to other iWtricts. 
' W. J. Patterson, Qrosvenor-aquara, 

Southampton. 
J. Green, Kni^ton, Ludlow 
H. Bathurst, Favorsfaam 
G. M. Arnold, Matoo-nexuGraveHnd. 
W. Roberts, Larkfield, Rochdale 
W. Rees, Old Trafford, Manchester 

A. G. Chamberlin, Leioester 

R. A. While, GranOum 
1 ?. Itliis^!!, »: P«»r-bullding8, Temple, 
( E. C. Tmercial-road, E. 

T. W. Ratcliff, White Horse.screet, Com. 

J. H. Mitchiner, Staines. 

W.Fos8ett,Granville-park,Blackheath,S.E. 

J.C.Meymott,5, Albion.place,Blackfriari,S. 

R. Rising, Horsey, Norfolk.' 

W. C. HotBon, Norwich. 

Added to No. 12 District. 

W. Knott. Worcester 

F. R. Southern, Ludlow 
John Seagram, Warminster. 

~ J. T. Vining, 4, Moorgate Street Build. 

ings, Lothbury. E. C. 
Added to No. 5 District 
T. S. Simkiss, Wolverhampton. 
J. Cherry, 6, 19, Warwick.st,Cockspur. 
. st.,S.W. 
Broken up and added to other Distiictt. 
C. Gross, Ipswich. 
Added to No. 20 District. 

F. MerriBeld, Brighton. 
Added to No. 43 District 

W. W. Jones, Penrallt, Machynllrth. 
E. Jones, Velindre, near Llandovery. 

G. 8. White, Fairford, Farlngdon 
J. H. Skinner, Stockton.on.Tee8. 
S. Brewm, Wortley, Sheffield. 
W. £Uls, Harrogate 



F.T.Streeten,8,Dr.Jobn8on'8.baildings,Temple,E.C. 



_ ^ C. B. Thurston, 9, New Inn, Strand, W.C. 

St. Jame*, Westminster ..'./. T. Jones, 6, Vigo-gireet, Regent-street, W. 
-St. Marylebone J.GIiddon, 23, Abbey-gardens, St. John's- wood, N.E . 

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SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTIONS 

Certified by the Poor Law Board, under the 25 and 26 Vict., cap. 43*. 

INDUSTRIAL AND TRAINING INSTITUTIONS. 

Cornwall Bodmin The Saint Ouron's Home and Tralning- 

School for Orphan or Friendless Girl9> 

Deron Paignton Industrial and Orphan Home for Giria 

„ Kenton School for the Education and Trainine of 

Pior Girl. 

Essex Walthamstow St. Maiy's House for the Education of 

R< man Catholic Girls 

,y Colchester Colchester Industrial Scbuol for Girls,. 

Magdalen-ftreet 
Gloucestershire Dighton.st., Bristol Roman Catholic Orphanage for the Edu. 

cation and Training for Service of Or- 
phan and Destitute Children 

I^Tts Stapleford School for the Industrial Training of Poor 

Girls 

Laaeashire -... Manchester The Munchester Female Refuge and er. 

vants' Home . 

Middlesex 22, New Ormond-st., School for the Tridning of Girls 

Qneen-square 

Sojney Broekham near Rei- Brockham Home and Industrial Training 

gate School for Orphan Girls 

Wilta Old Park, near De- School for the Education and Training of 

vizes Poor Girls 

Yorkshire Doncaster Training School for Female Servants * 

INSTITUTIONS FOR THE BLIND. 

Devon Exeter West of England Institution for the Blind,. 

Saint David's Hill. ExeUr 

„ Plymouth South Devon and Cornwall Mstitution for 

the Blind 

„ Stoke Damerel Devonport and Western Countries Insti. 

tution for tlie Blind 
Northumberland Newcastle - upon - The Royal Victoria Asylum for the Blind' 
Tyne 

Notts Nottingham The Midland Institution for the Blind 

Somerset Bath Institution for the Blind and Deaf and* 

Dumb 

Sussex Brighton The Brighton Asylum for the Blind 

Warwick ' Edgbat^ton, near The General Institution for the Blind 

Birmingham 
Yorkshire York The Yorkshire School for the Blind 

INSTITUTIONS FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB. 

Devon » Exeter West of England Institution fcr the Dea- 

and Dumb 
Gloucester Bristol The Bristol and Western District Insti- 
tution for the Deaf and Dumb 

Middlesex Lower Clapton .... BritisbAsylum for Deaf and Dun bFcmaIe» 

Northumberland Newcastle- upon - Northern Counties Inetiiuiion for the Deaf 
Tyne and Dumb 

Somerset Bath Institution for the Blind, Deaf and Dnmb 

Warwick Edgbastoo, near Bir- School for the Education nnd Instruction 

mlnjtham of Deaf and Dumb Children 

Yorkshire Doncaster The Yorkshire Institution for the Educa- 
tion and Instruction of Deaf & Dumb- 
Children 

INSTITUTIONS FOR ORPHANS. 

Cornwall Bodmin The Saint Guron's Home and Trainins* 

School for Oiphan or Friendleiis Girls- 

ppvon Paignton Industrial and Orphan Home for Girls 

lADcaahlre .... Livesey-street, Man- St. Bridget's Orphanage for Female 

Chester Catholic Children j 

.... West Derby West Derby Orphanage for GlrlglC 



160 SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTIONS. 



Middlesex West Bmmptcn . . . Saint Philip's Orphanage for Roman Ca. 

tholic Boys 

NotU North Hyde, near Saint Mary's Orphanage for Roman Ca* 

Southall thotfc Bovr 

Snzrey Norwood The Catholic Fema'e Orphai ag ' 

„ Brockbam, near Bci- Broclcham Home and lndTi>tTii.l Training 

gate School for Orphin Girls 

Westmorland .. Kendal The Westmorland Orphan Home for the 

Training of Domestic Servanta 

INSTITUTION FOR IDIOTS. 

])«Ton Saint Thomas,E3ieter The Western Coonties Idiot Asylnm at 

Star Gros 



KETBOFOIITAir ASTLUM DI8TBICT BOASB. 

Offices: CO VENT GARDEN. 

C&rJk— W. F. J EBB, Esq. 

FOOS-LAW BOASD IH JBELAHD. 
Office: CUSTOM-HOUSE. DUBLIN. 

Coounissioiiers. 
ALFRED POWER. Esq.; 

The CHIEF SECRETARY to the LORD UEUTENANT; 
The UNDKR SECRETARY to the LORD LIEUTENANT. 
JOHN MCDONNELL, Esq. M.D. (Medical Commr.) 
R. M. BELLEW, Esq. 

eA»e/ei!wfc— BENJAMIN BANKS, Esq. 

BOARD OF SUFEBYISIOH FOB THE BELIEF OF THE POOB 
IH SGOTLAHI). 

Office: 82, GEORGE STREET, EDINBURGH. 

Fermanent Members. 

Sir JOHN M'NF.ILL. G.C.B. 
Sir W. G. CRMG, Bart. 
W. SMYTHE, E.Q. 

Ex" Officio Members, 

The LORD PROVOST of EDINBURGH; 

The LORD PROVOST of GLASGOW; 

The SOLICITOR-GENERAL of SCOTLAND; 

The SHERIFF DEPUTE of the COUNTY of PERTH ; 

Tiie SHERIFF DEPUTE of the COUNTY of RENFREW ; 

The SHERIFF DE PUT R of the COUNTYof ROSS and CROMARTY. 

Secretary^W, S. WALKER. Esq. 

General ^Superintendents of the Poor. 

GEO. FALCONER. Esq., and W. A. PLTERKIN. 

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POOR LAW LEGISLATION. 

SESSION, 1867. 

(30 AND 31 Victoria.) 

By W. CUNNINGHAM GLEN, Esq., 

Barrister-at-Law. 

The principal Poor Law Legislation of the year 1867 consisted of 
the following enactments ; — 

30 Vict., c. 6— The Metropolitan Poor Act, 1867. 

30 Vict., c. 12— The Criminal Lunatics Act, 1867. 
30 and 31 Vict., c. 84— The Vaccination Act of 1867. 
30 and 31 Vict., c. 102— The Representation of the People Act, 1867. 
30 and 31 Vict., c. 106— The Poor Law Amendment Act, 1867. 
30 and 31 Vict., c. 113— The Sewage Utilization Act, 1867. 
30 and 31 Vict., c. 125— The Contagious Diseases (Animals) Act, 1867. 
30 and 31 Vict., c. 143— The Expiring Laws Continuance Act, 1867. 

The enactments enumerated, and some few others hereinafter men- 
tioned, more or less affect the poor rate, or the officers engaged in 
Poor Law administration, and are therefore r&ferred to as being in* 
eluded in the term Poor Law Legislation. 

METROPOLITAN POOR. 

The most important of these acts is the Metropolitan Poor Act, 
1867 (30 Vict., c. 6), which I have already ra^de the subject of a sepa- 
rate publication. It makes very important changes in the system of 
poor relief administration, so far as the metropolis is concerned ; but, 
as I have stated in the preface to my edition of the act, I purposely ab- 
stained from entering into any disquisition or history of the events (per- 
haps sensational) which have led to the almost entire subversion of the 
fijstem of poor relief which, since the Poor Law Amendment Act of 
1834, has been in operation in the metropolis. It suffices that I should 
here state what are the principdl provisions of the act, and the 
changes which it effects in t^he machinery of Poor Law administration 
within the area of the metropolis— that is, in those unions, and parishes 
not in union, which are wholly, or for the gpreater part thereof, in- 
cluded in the metropolis, as defined by the Metropolis Management 
Act, 1855. 

DISTRICT ASYLUMS. 

Asylums, to be supported and managed according to the provisions 
of the act, may be provided for the reception and relief of the sick, 
insane, or Infirm, or other class or classes of the poor charg&able in 
unions acd parishes in the metropolis. In order to the provision of 
0ach asylums, the Poor Law Board may from time to time by order 
combine into districts, unions or parishes, or unions and parishes, in 
the metropolis, as they think fit, and may from time to time alter any 
such district by addition, sub-division, separation of part, or other- 

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162 POOR LAW LEGISLATIOX. 

-wise ; and for each district there shall be an asylum or asjlnms, 89 
the Poor Law Board by order shall direct. 

For the asylum or asylums of each district there shall be a body of 
managers constituted, as will be presently mentioned, who and their 
successors are incorporated, and by the name given to them by the 
act shall be one body corporate, with perpetual succession and a com- 
mon /seal, and with power, subject and according to the orders of the 
Poor Law Board, to take, hold, and dispose of lands and other pro- 
perty for purposes of the asylum district. The managers are, subject 
to the provisions of the act, to be partly elective and partly nominated. 

Elective managers are to be elected by the guardians of each of the 
several unions and parishes forming the district from among then^ 
selves, or from among ratepayers qualified to be guardians therein, 
or partly from one and partly from the other. 

Nominated managers are to be nominated by the Poor Law Board 
from among justices of the peace for any county or place resident in. 
the district, or from among ratepayers resident in the district and 
assessed to the poor rate therein on an annual rateable value of not 
less than forty pounds, or partly from one and partly from the other. 

The Poor Latw Board are by order to prescribe the total number of 
the managers, and the proportion of the elective and nominated ma- 
nagers (but so that the prescribed number of the nominated managers 
do not ever exceed one-third -of the prescribed number of the elective 
managers), the number of elective managers to be elected for each 
union or parish in the district, the qualifications of the managers, 
their tenure of office, the mode and times of election, and the quorum 
for their meetings. A clause in the act provides that the acts of the 
managers shall not be invalid by reason of an3' vacancy, failure, 
defect, irregularity, want of qualification, or disqualification, and 
the provisions of the Poor Law Acts imposing penalties on guardians 
and their officers if concerned for their own profit in providing, or in 
any contract for the supplying of,' any thing for the use of workhouses 
or otherwise for the support or maintenance of the poor, and all 
remedies for recovery of such penalties extend and apply to the 
managers and their officers. 

The Poor Law Board may from time to time by order direct the 
managers to purchase, hire, or build, and (in either case) to fit,, 
up a building or buildings for the asylum, of such nature and size 
and according to such plan, and in such manner, as the Board think 
fit. The managers have, for the purposes of the asylum, the like 
powers as are for the time being vested in guardians of unions ow 
parishes in the metropolis, relative to the purchase or hiring of lands 
or buildings ; but the consentof any ratepayers or ownerfe of property 
in a union or parish shall not be necessary with respect to any sale, 
lease, or other disposition of any workhouse, building, or land, by 
guardians or overseers to the managers. 

The managers may borrow money for purchasing lands or build- 
ings, and for building, fitting up, and furnishing buildings erected or 
hired for the asylum, according to the provisions of the Poor Law 
Acts, under which guardians are for the time being empowered to 
borrow money, and may charge the poor rates of the imions and 
parishes forming the district with the money so borrowed, and inte- 

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POOR LAW LEGISLATION. l63 

rest, snbject' and according to the following proyisions : — (1.) The 
amount borrowed shiiU not exceed one-third of the aggregate annual 
expenditure on the relief of the poir within the whole district (ex- 
clusive of reimbursements) for the period of three years ending on the 
25th of March next preceding the borrowing of the money. (2.) The 
amount borrowed shall be charged on the poor rates of the several 
unions and parishes forming the district in the proportions in which, 
tliey contribute to the maintenance of the asylum. (3.) The amount 
borrowed shall be paid off, with interest, by equal annual instalments 
not exceeding twenty. The Poor Law Board may by order direct 
that any building for the time being in use as a workhouse be, with 
such alterations as they think fit, used for the asylum, and thenceforth 
that building shall be for the common use of the district ; and an 
annual sum in the nature of rent or other compensation, of such 
amount as the Board from time to time direct, shall be paid to the guar- 
dians of the union or parish to which the building belongs, as long as 
the same continues to be so used. If in any such case the managers 
expend any money in the improvement or enlargement of the building, 
or the providing of substantial fittings therein, and afterwards relin- 
quish the use thereof, the Board may make an adjustment in respect 
of that expenditure between the owners of the building and the ma- 
nagers, and direct such amount as they think equitable to be reim- 
bursed to the managers by the ow^ners, to be paid at once or by in- 
stalments as the Board direct. 

The managers are from time to time to provide for the asylum 
necessary fixtures, furniture, and conveniences, and such as the Poor 
Xaw Board from time to time by order direct. 

The mode of admission of persons into the asylum shall be such as 
the Poor Law Board from time to time by order direct. The managers 
shall have the like powers as guardians for the relief, maintenance, 
and management of the inmates of the asylum, and shall from time to 
time provide such medicines, appliances, and requisites for the medi- 
cal and surgical care and treatment of the inmates, and cause the 
same to be furnisVied and used according to such rules as the Poor 
liaw Board from time to time by order direct. 

'I'he provisions of so much of section 43 as relate to rules of 
the Poor Law Board for government of the asylum or its inmates, 
and to religious assistance and instruction, and sections 50, 54, 57, 
a.nd 59 of the Poor Law Amendment Act of 1844, extend to the asy- 
lum as if it were an asylum under that act, or a workhouse, and as if 
the managers were a district board under that act. 

With reference to chargeability, burial, and other incidents, the 
asylum, in relation to each inmate thereof, is deemed to be in the union 
or parish from which such inmate is sent ; but births and deaths in 
the asylum are to be registered by the registrar in whose district the 
asylum is situate. 

The managers have the like powers as guardians for the appoint- 
ment, control, and payment of paid officers of the asylum, and the 
grant of superannuation allowances to them ; and the duties, number, 
and salaries of the paid officers, and the securities to be given by 
them, are to be such as the Poor Law Board may from time to time 
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164 POOR LAW LEOISLATIOir. 

managers most be obeyed, and obedience thereto shall be enforced, 
in like manner and by and under like remedies and penalties as legal 
and reasonable orders of guardians. 

The managers may from time to time, subject and according to 
such regulations as the Poor Law Board from time to time by order 
prescribe, appoint committees of members of thrir body, and delegate 
to them any of the powers of the managers ; but the managers shall, 
in the exercise and discharge of all their powers and duties, be sub- 
ject to orders of the Poor Law Board in like manner as guardians are 
Tinder the Poor Law Acts, 

Where the asylum is provided for reception and relief of the sick or 
insane, it may be used for purposes of medical instruction, and for the 
training of nurses, in such cases and manner, and subject to such regu- 
lations, as the Poor Liw Board from time to time by order direct ; 
and where the asylum is provided for receptio'n and relief of the 
insane the Commissioners in Lunacy may, if they think fit, depute 
one of their body, or appoint from time to time a special commis- 
missioner, and the person so deputed or appointed shall be entitled to 
attend meetings of the managers and to take part in their proceed- 
ing-', but not to vote ; and every such asylum shall be considered as a 
workhouse within the meanmg of the Lunacy Acts, as defined by the 
25 and26yict., c. 111. 

Expenses incurred by the managers in or about the purchasing, 
hiring, building, repairing, and fitting up of buildings for the asylum, 
and any sum in the nature of rent or other compensation, payable by 
the managers to guardians, in respect of the use for the asylum of a 
building previously used as a workhouse, and expenses incurred by 
the managers in or about the providing of fixtures, furniture, conve- 
niences, medicines, medical and surgical appliances, and other neces- 
saries required for keeping the asylum in proper order for daUy use, 
and the salaries and maintenance of the officers thereof, are to be de- 
frayed by contributions from the unions and parishes forming the 
district ; but expenses incurred by the managers in or about the food, 
clothing, maintenance, care, treatment, and relief, or for the burials, 
of inmates of the asylums, are to be separately charged to the respec- 
tive unions or parishes from which the inmates of the asylum are 
sent. 

The Poor Law Board are to appoint some person to be the auditor 
of the district, who shall audit the accounts of the managers and of 
their officers ; and those accounts shall accordingly be prepared for 
and submitted to the auditor at such times and in such manner as 
the accounts of guardians of unions are by the Poor Law Acts re- 
quired to be prepared and submitted. The auditor is to have the like 
powers of allowing and disallowing accounts, and of making sup- 
charges therein, as auditors appointed under the Poor Law Acts, and 
sums disallowed, reduced, or surcharged in the accounts submitted 
to the auditors shall be recoverable in like manner as under the Poor 
Law Acts ; and there shall be the like appeal to the Court of Queen's 
Bench or to the Poor Law Board against an allowance, disallowance, 
or surcharge madfe by the auditor, as in case of the audit of union or 
parish accounts. Within one month aftet each audit the managers 
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district a printed abstract (in a form, to be prescribed by the Poor Law 
Board) of the accoijnts as audited. The remuneration of the auditor 
to be fixed by the Board by order, and, with his expenses, shall be 
paid as the salaries and expenses of auditors appointed under the Poor 
Law Acts are payable. The Board may remove an auditor as they - 
think fit, and on a vacancy shall appoint a qualified person to fill the 
Tacahc3r ; and the powers of providing temporarily for a vacancy, and 
of appointing a substitute or a deputy, given by the Poor Law Acts 
in relation to auditors, shall apply in relation to an auditor under the 
Metropolitan Poor Act. 

MEDICAL OUT-DOOR RELIEF, 

The Poor Law Board may from time to time by order direct the 
guardians of a union or parish in the metropolis to provide a dispen- 
sary or dispensaries for such union or parish, and to purchase, hire, 
or build, and (In either case) to fit up and furnish a building or 
buildings for that purpose, of such nature and size, and according ta 
such plan, and in such manner as the Board think fit, or to set apart, 
adapt, fit up and furnish for that purpose sucli part of the workhouse 
of the union or parish, according to such plans, and in such manner, 
as the Board think fit. Where the Board by order so direct, the guar- 
dians may borrow the amount requisite in that behalf, in likemanner, 
And subject to the like conditions, as in the case of the building of a 
workhouse. 

There shall be a committee of management for the dispensary or 
dispensaries in each union or parish, to be called the dispensary 
committee for the union or parish. The dispensary committee shall 
be elected by the guardians of the union or parish from among them- 
selves, or from among ratepayers of the union or parish assessed to 
the poor rate on an annual rateable value of not less than iorty pounds, 
or partly from one and partly from the other. The Poor Law Board 
shall prescribe, with respect to each committee, the number and tenure 
of office of the members, the mode and times of election, and the 
quorum for their meetings. 

The guardians of each union or parish providing a dispensary shall 
also provide, according to the directions of the Board, proper places 
where the medical officers of the union or parish may see such of the 
sick poor as attend there for advice, and where meetings of the dispen- 
sary committee may be held ; and the dispensary committee shall 
firomtimeto time appoint, and shall at all times keep appointed, proper 
persons to be dispensers of medicine at the dispensaries for the union 
or parish, and may from time to time appoint such other officers and 
such servants for the purposes of those dispensaries as they think fit. 
The duties, qualifications, number, and salaries of the dispensers, 
officers, and servants shall be such as the Poor Law Board may from 
time to time approve or by order direct. The guardians, on the requi- 
sition of the dispensary committee, shall provide proper medicines and 
appliances and requisites for the care and surgical treatment of the 
sick poor of the union or parish relieved out of the workhouse, and 
the same shall be dispensed and furnished to ^uch of the poor entitled 
to relief as require the same, on the prescription or written direction 

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166 POOR LAW LEGISI^TION. 

of the district medical officer, subject to such regulations as the Poor - 
Law Board from time to time by order direct. 

The district medical officers tor a union or parish shall be appointed 
by the dispensary committee, subject to the rules and orders of the 
Poor Law Board respecting appointment and removal of officers under 
the Poor Law Acts ; but the district medical officers in office at the 
time of the dispensary committee entering on their duties shall con- 
tinue in office as if the act had not been passed, subject, nevertheless, 
to such modifications of arrangements respecting their duties and re- 
muneration, made with them before the passing of the act, as the 
Poor Law Board think tit ; and, for giving effect to the provisions of 
the act relating to medical relief out of the workhouse, the Board may 
from time to time vary as they think fit medical districts, salaries, 
and contracts with district medical officers, existing at the passing 
of the act, or at any time thereafter. 

DISTRICT AND SEPARATE SCHOOLS. 

So much of 8. 47 of 13 and 14 Vict., c. 11, as provides for payment 
by unions as therein mentioned of expenses incurred by any district 
board in the purchase or hire of any land or buildings for a school, 
or in erecting, repairing, adding to, or fitting up any building, and the 
salaries of the officers and servants of the establishment, and other 
common charges of the school, as far as those provisions relate to a 
district in the metropolis, are repealed ; and expenses incurred by a 
district board, constituted under the Poor Law Amendment Act of 
1844, for the maintenance of a district school for a district in the me- 
tropolis, in the purchase or hire of land or buildings for the school, and 
the salaries of officers, and all other common charges of such school, 
shall be defrayed by contributions from the unions and parishes form- 
in^ the district, as will be mentioned hereafter. 

The Poor Law Board may from time to time nominate to be mem- 
bers of such a district board such persons as they think fit trom. 
among justices of the peace for any county or ^ace resident in the 
district of the school, or fiom among ratepayers resident in that dis- 
trict, and assessed to the poor rate therein on an annual rateable valve 
of not less than forty pounds, or partly from one and partly from the 
other ; but so that the number of members so nominated do not erer 
exceed one-third of the full number of the elected members of the 
board. 

WORKHOUSES FOR CLASSES OF POOR. 

Where, in the opinion of the Poor Law Board, the workhouse of a 
union or parish in the metropolis is adapted only for the reception of 
poor persons of a particular class or particular classes.- but is capable 
of accommodating poor persons of that class or those classes from any 
other union or parish within the metropolis, the Board may by order 
direct the guardians of the union or parish to which ' the workhouse 
belongs to receive, lodge, and maintain therein poor persons of that 
class or those classes, or any of them, and the guardians shall recdve, 
lodge, and maintain such poor persons accordingly, on terms to be 
agreed on, with the approval of the Board, by the respective boards 
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agreement, to be prescribed by the Board by order. In eTcry such 
case the following provisions shall have effect : — (1.) Every poor per- 
son so received into the workhouse shall, while therein, be treated in 
all respects in like manner, and be subject to the same or the like 
regulations and liabilities, as the other poor persons therein, and shall 
be chargeable in the first instance to the union or to the parish in the 
workhouse whereof he. is received. (2.) The abiding of any such 
poor person in such workhouse shall, in ull other respects, be attended 
with the same legal consequences as if the workhouse were situate 
within the union or parish from which he is sent. (3. ) Every guar- 
dian of the union or parish from which such poor person is sent 
may at all reasonable times enter the workhouse and inspect any part 
thereof. 

LANDS. 

The provisions of the 5 and 6 W. 4, c. 69, relative to the acquisition 
of sites or buildings for workhouses, and of all acts extending or 
amending the same, shall apply to lands and buildings required to be 
purchased, hired, or other wis-:; acquired for any of the purposes of the 
act, and shall have effect as if managers under the act were guardians, 
and as if an asylum or dispensary were a workhouse. 

The Lands Clauses Consolidatioa Acts are incorporated with the 
act ; but so much of those acts as relates to the purchase of lands other- 
wise than by agreement shall not be put in force, except "for the pur- 
chase of lands for the purpose of enlarging a workhouse, hospital, or 
school existing at the passing of the act, and then not without a pre- 
vious order of the Poor Law Board directing such purchase. Before 
the Board make any such order, the managers or guardians applying 
to them for the same shall publish once, at least, in each of four conse* 
cutive weeks, in a daily morning newspaper published in the metro- 
polis, an advertisement stating the object for which the lands are pro- 
posed to be taken, and the quantity of lands required, and the place 
where a plan of the lands is open for inspection at reasonable hours ; 
and shall, four weeks before the application to the Poor Law Board, 
serve notices on the owners or reputed owners, lessees or reputed 
lessees, and occupiers of the lands, stating the particulars thereof, 
aud that the managers or guardians are willing to treat for purchase 
thereof. 

CONTRIBUTIONS OF UNIONS AND PARISHES. 

Sums to be contributed under the act by unions and parishes shall 
be assef^sed on and contributed by them respectively, in proportion to 
the annual rateable value of the property therein, to be determined 
according to the valuation lists, or, where there are none, accord- 
ing to the latest poor rate for the time being for the union or 
parish, or on such other basis as the Poor Law Board &om time to 
time direct. The managers of an asylum under the act, and the dis- 
trict board constituted under the Poor Law Amendment Act of 1844, 
for the maintenance of a district school, shall from time to time call 
on the guardians of the unions and parishes forming the district for 
such contributions as the managers or district boara consider requi- 
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the amount of every such contributioQ, purporting to be signed by the 
clerk or other oflS.cer of the managers or district board (in a form to 
be prescribed by the Poor Law Board), shall, foorteen days at least 
before such contribution becomes due, be deliyered to the clerk or 
acting clerk of the guardians of each union and parish liable to the 
contribution, either by post, in a letter addressed to him at the office 
of the union or parish, or otherwise. If the contribution is not duly 
paid, the managers or district board shall (in addition to any other 
remedy which any person has for the time being against guardiana) 
hare the like remedy for recovery of the contribution, or of so much 
thereof as is not paid, from the overseers or other officers authorised 
to levy poor rates in the several parishes (whether comprised in s 
imion or not) in the district, as guardians have for the time being for 
recovery from overseers of contributions of parishes. If the over- 
seers of any parish in a union pay any money to the managers or dis* 
trict board on account of such contribution, they shall be entitled to 
credit for such payment in the accounts of the union with their parish* 

MEDICAL IN-DOOR RELIEF. 

In order to facilitate provision for the appointment, where requisite, 
of resident workhouse medical officers, and for better classitication 
and management of the sick poor in a separate hospital or .building, 
or in an infirmary kept distinct from the rest of the workhouse, the 
Poor Law Board may by order determine, or from time to time vaiy 
as they think fit, any contract with any medical or other workhouse 
officer existing at the passing of this act, and direct the guardians to 
pay to a medical or other officer affected thereby such compensation 
by way of increased salary, or of an annuity, or of a gross sum, or 
otherwise, as the Board think fit. 

HOUSELESS POOR. 

Sections 1 and 2 of the Metropolitan Houseless Poor Act, 1864, 
are repealed, except with respect to any claiins under that act then 
outstanding, which shall he provided for as if that act continued 
wholly in force. 

METROPOLITAN COMMON POOR FUND, 

There shall be a fund, called the Metropolitan Common Poor Fund, 
raised by contributions from the several unions, parishes, and places 
in the metropolis ; and there shall be a receiver of the Common Poor 
Fund, who shall be from time to time appointed by, and shall be re- 
moveable by, the Poor Baw Board, and shall receive such salary and 
jgive such security (if any) as the Poor Law Board direct. The 
receiver shall open an account with the Governor and Company of 
the Bank of England, intituled ** The Account of the Receiver of the 
Metropolitan Common Poor Fund'' for the time being. 

The Poor Law Board shall from time to time assess on the several 
unions and parishes in the metropolis the amounts of their respective 
•contributions to the Common Poor Fund, in proportion to the a-nn^ kl 
rateable value of the property therein comprised, to be determined 
iiccording to the valuation lists, or, where Uiere are none, according 
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on sach other basis as the Board from time to time direct. The Poor 
Law Board from time to time are to issue to the guardians of each 
union or parish a precept under the seal of the Board requiring them 
to pay the amount of their contribution, in the manner and within the 
time therein prescribed ; and the guardians shall accordingly raise the 
amount of their contribution out of the poor rates of the union or 
parish, and shall pay the same into the Bank of England to the credit 
of the Account of the Receiver. No such precept shall be liable to be 
removed into any court of law by certiorari or otherwise ; nor shall 
any order of the guardians, or any rate made after the passing of the 
act, be liable to question in any such court on the ground of its having 
been made wholly or partly in furtherance of any such precept.* The 
guardians shall be entitled to have credit in part payment of their 
contribution for the amount which may be repayable to them out of 
the Common Poor 1^'und, under the precept of the Board, as after 
znention!?d, in respect of expenditure during the preceding half-year. 

In order to obtain payment of the amount of the contributioQ to 
the Common Poor Fund payable in respect of any place where there 
is no poor rate, the Poor Law Board shall from time to time issue to 
the masters of the bench, treasurer, governors, or other body, or per- 
sons having the chief control or authority there, a precept requiring 
them or him to pay the amount of contribution therein specified, in 
the manner and within the time therein prescribed, and they or he 
shall pay the same accordingly. In every such place the masters of 
the beach, treasurer, governors, or other body or persons, may levy on 
the several persons occupying rateable property therein the amount 
of contribution so paid by them or him by means of a rate in the 
nature of a poor rate, and for that purpose may employ and remu- 
nerate collectors ; and shall have the like powers as are for the time 
being vested in overseers for the purposes of the making, assessing, 
levying, and collecting of poor rate. 

If any contribution to the Common Poor Fund required by the Poor 
Law Board to be paid by any guardians, masters of the bench, trea- 
surer, governors, or other body or persons, is not duly paid, the 
receiver shall (in addition to any other remedy which any per- 
son has for the time being against guardians) have the like remedy 
for recovery from them or him, in the receiver's own name, of the 
contribution, or of so much thereof as is not paid, as guardians have 
for the time being for recovery from overseers of contributions of 
parishes ; and for that purpose the precept of the Board requiring the 
contribution shall be conclusive evidence of the amount thereof, and of 
the liability thereto of the party sued. 

Expenses incurred for the following purposes after the 29th Sept., 
1867, shall be repaid out of the Common Poor Fund, that is to say : — 
(1.) For the maintenance of lunatics in asy^lums, registered hospitals, 
and licensed houses, and of insane poor in asylums under this act, 
except such expenses as are chargeable on the county rate. (2.) For 
the maintenance of patients in any asylum specially provided under 
this act for patients suffering from fever or small pox. (3) For all 
medicine and medical and surgical appliances supplied to the poor in 
receipt of relief by guardians under this act or any of the Poor Law 
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in and about the relief of the poor by the managers of district schools 
under "The Poor Law Amendment Act, 1844," and by the managers 
of asylums under this act, and also the salaries of the dispensers and 
other persons employed in dispensaries under this act, provided the 
appointments of the officers have been sanctioned by the Poor Law 
Board, (5 ) For compensation to any medical officer of a workhouse 
affected by the determination or variation by the Poor Law Board of 
a contract respecting medical relief in the workhouse, or for compen- 
sation to any officer of a union or parish who may be deprived of bis 
office by reason of the operation or this act. (6.) For fees for regis- 
tration of births and deaths. (7.) For fees for and other expenses of 
vaccination. (8.) For maintenance of pauper children in district, 
separate, certificated, and licensed schools. (9.) For relief of desti- 
tute persons certified by the auditor, and provision of temporary 
wards or other places of reception approved by the Poor Law Board, 
under the Metropolitan Houseless Poor Acts of 1864 and 1865. 

After each half-yearly audit the auditors shall, within such time 
and in such manner as the Poor Law Board from time to time direct, 
certify to the Board the amount actually expended by each union or 
parish in respect of expenses which are to be repaid out of the Com- 
mon Poor Fund ; and the Board shall, by precept under their seal, 
direct the receiver to repay out of that fund to the guardians of the 
unions and parishes the several sums so expended, and the amount 
repaid shall be applied by them in aid of the fund chargeable with the 
reliefof the poor. 

The salaries of the receiver and his assistants, and all expenses in- 
curred by him in the execution of the act, shall be paid out of the 
Common Poor Fund ; and the account of the receiver at the Bank of 
England shall be drawn on in such manner, and according to such 
regulations, as the Poor Law Board from time to time by order direct. 

POOR RELIEF UNDER LOCAL ACTS. 

The relief of the poor of every union or parish in the metropolis go- 
verned by a local act shall, from and after a day to be stated in an 
order of the Poor Law Board in relation to each union or parish, be, 
notwithstanding anything in such local act, administered by a board 
of guardians elected according to the Poor Law Acts, and in confor- 
mity with an order of the Poor Law Board ; and the guardians so 
constituted under this act, notwithstanding anything in any local 
act, shall have the same powers and authorities, and shall be subject 
to the same orders, regulations, and restrictions, as guardians elected 
under the Poor Law Acts. 

The workhouses, goods, effects, and real and personal property be- 
longing to a union or parish governed by a local act, and held or used 
for purposes of the reliefof the poor, or of the business of guardians, 
^ shall be transferred to and vested in, and belong to, the guardians of the 
union or parish when constituted under the act, and shall be held 
and used for purposes of such relief and business, and upon such other 
trusts and for such other purposes as would have been applicable to 
the same if the act had not passed ; and those guardians shall pay 
and discharge the debts and liabilities lawfully incurred in and about 
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or parish, as the same ought to have been paid and discharged by the* 
previous guardians if the act had not been passed ; provided that the 
Poor Law Board may, if they think fit, by order extend the time of* 
payment of any such debt for a period not exceeding six months fromi 
the date of the order. 

Officers and persons appointed or acting under any such local act 
for any purpose of the relief of the poor, or otherwise in the 
service of the guardians, and superintendent registrars of births* 
deaths, and marriages, and registrars of births and deaths, and 
registrars of marriages, shall be entitled to continue in office aftes 
the constitution of the new board of guardians under the act, to the 
same extent as if the act had not been passed ; and their service before 
the constitution of that board shall be reckoned in the computation 
of any superannuation allowance to which they may be become en- 
titled. In case any officer of a union or parish shall be deprived o£ 
his office by reason of the operation of the act, the Poor Law Board 
may award to him such compensation for the loss of his office and its 
emoluments, either by way of gross sum or by way of annuity, as ta 
them shall seem reasonable. 

Nothing in the act shall deprive any body constituted un 7er ar 
local act of any power thereby vested in them of making and levying 
poor rates ; and, in relation to guardians constituted under the act, 
every such body shall be deemed overseers within the Poor Law Acts^ 
as far as regards liability to payment of contributions required by 
guardians for purposes of the relief of the poor in the union or parish. 

So much of section 64 of the Poor Law Amendment Act of 1844 as- 
prevents the union of parishes governed by local acts without con- 
sent of the guardians, and section 65 of that act, with respect to in- 
cluding such parishes in a district for audit, are repealed as far as 
they relate to the metropolis. 

BOARDS OF GUARDIANS. 

The Poor Law Board may from time to time nominate to be mem- 
bers of a board of guardians of a union or parish in the metropolis 
(whether elected under the Poor Law Acts or constituted under this- 
act) such persons as they think fit, from among justices of the peace 
for any county or place lesident in the union or pari>h, or from, 
among ratepayers resident therein and assessed to the poor rate: 
therein on an annual rateable value of not less than forty pounds, oi 
partly from one and partly from the other ; but so that the number o£ 
guardiand so nominated do not, together with the ea;-o^cio guardians,. 
ever exceed one-thiid of the full number of the elected guardians. 

OFFICERS. 

In case at any time any mana.g;ers of an asylum or dispensary com- 
mittee under this act, or any board of guardians of a union or parish. 
in the metropolis, fail, for fourteen days after receipt of a requisition. 
of the Poor Law Board in that behalf, to appoint (either originally or. 
on a vacancy) any officer whom they are by law required or autho- 
rised to appoint, then, at any time after the expiration of that period, 
of fourteen days, the Poor Law Board may, if they think fit, by order 
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shall haye and perform all the same powers, rights, privileges, and 
duties as if the appointment had been duly made by* the managers, 
committee, or guardians, as the case may be. 

BQRROWING. 
Where the guardians of a union or parish in the metropolis require 
to borrow money for the purposes and under the authority of the 
Poor Law Acts, the principal sum borrowed may be any sum not ex- 
ceeding one-half of the aggregate amount of the rates raised for the 
relief of the poor in that union or parish within three years ending <m 
the twenty- fifth day of March next preceding the borrowing of the 
money, anything in the said acts to the contrary notwithstand^uig. 

ORDERS OF REMOVAL, &c. 

Lastly, — Nothing in the act contained shall prevent any board of 
guardians, or churchwardens and overseers, from obtaining any order 
of removal or any order of maintenance in respect of any panper, by 
reason of the costs and expenses of such pauper being repaid out of 
the Common Fund. 

It will now be convenient to state the steps which hifcve been taken 
by the Poor Law Board to give effect to the provisions of the Metro- 
politan Poor Act, 1867. 

The Board first proceeded to act imder the 6th section, and almost 
the last act of Mr. Gathorne Hardy, before he resigned the presidency 
of the Board for the- office of Secretary of State for the Home Depart- 
ment, was, by an order .dated the 15th May, 1867, to combine the 
whole of the unions and parishes which were wholly, or for the greater 
part thereof, respectively included within the area of the Metropolis 
Management Act,' 1855, into a district to be termed "The Metropo- 
litan Asylum District/* for the reception and relief of the classes of 
poor persons chargeable to some union or parish in the district, who 
may be infected with or suffering from fever, or the disease of small 
pox, or may be insane. 

The order constituted a board of management for the district, to 
consist of 45 elected members, and of 15 members to be nominated 
by the Poor Law Board, pursuant to the 11th section of the act. 

The board of management was accordingly elected by the boards 
of guardians of the several unions and parishes comprised in the 
district. 

The next proceeding of the Poor Law Board was to issue orders, 
dated respectively the 18th June and 17th July, 1867, prescribing- 
rules and regulations to be observed by the board of management of 
the district in the conduct of their business, and for the appointment 
and duties of their officers. 

The managers, thereupon, appointed Mr. W. F. Jebb as their cleric, 
and the Governors and Company of the Bank of England as their 
treasurer ; and the Poor Law Board subsequently appointed Mr. Lam- 
bert, Poor Law Inspector, as the receiver of the Common Poor Fund» 
under the powers given to them by the 62nd section of the act. 
^ It is understood that the board of managers are at present ac- 
tively engaged in making arrangements for carrying the provisions 
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The Board then dealt with certain of the parishes in tlie metropolis 
in M-hirh local acta vera in force, under the powers given to them by 
the 73pd section of the act. 

The first dealt with was the parish of St. Pancras, in which abuses 
of poor law administration were alleged to have prevailed. On the 
7th May, 1867»the Board issued an order directing that the adminis- 
tration of the laws for the relief of the poor in the parish, should, 
firom and after the 10th June, 1867, be governed and administered by 
a board of guardiansoto consist ot 18 elected guardians On the 8th 
June the Board issued their consolidated order to the parish, and on 
the 29th Aup^ust their order for accounts. 

After St. Pancras the parish of St. Mary, Islington, was placed 
under a board of guardians, consisting of 1 8 elected guardians, by an 
order dated 4 rh June, 1867. To this parish the Board issued their 
eonsolidated order on the 4th July, 1867. 

In like manner, the parish of St. Marylebone was placed under a 
board of guardians, to consist of 18 elected guardians, by an order 
dated 28th July, 1867; and on the Slat July, 1867, the consolidated 
order was issued to the parish. 

Then followed the parish of St. George, Hanover-square, which 
was placed under a board of elected guardians, by an order dated the . 
1 1th July, 1867 ; and the consolidated order was issued on the 7th 
August, 1867. 

To the parish of St. Mary," Newington, a board of guardians, con- 
Bisting of 1 8 elected members, was assigned by an order dated the 
12th April, 1867 ; and with them were conjoined live guardians nomi- 
nated by the Poor Law Bo.ird, under the powers given to them in 
that behalf by the 79th section of the act. The consolidated order 
issued to this parish is dated the 4th Sept., 1867. 

The last of the local act places placed under a board of guardians 
was the united parishes of St. Margaret and St. John, \V»-stminster. 
The order i<) dated the 26th August, 1867, and assignn a board of 
guardians consistim? of 16 elected members. The consolidattd order 
was issued pn the 23rd Sept., 1867. 

The following parishes, which are under local acts, have not yet • 
beeD dealt with under the Metropolitan Poor Act, namely — Clerken- 
well, St. (iiles in-the-Fields and St. George, Bloomsbury, St. James, 
Westminster, and the parish of St. Luke, Middlesex. 
THE POOR LAW BOARD. 
In the paper upon the Poor Law Legislation of the Session 1865, 1 
observed upon the anomalous tenure of ofiBce of the Poor Law 
Board, which had become a department of State, with its pre>ident in 
the Cabinet Now, after a probation of 33 years, the Poor Law 
Board his, by the act of the 30 and 31 Vict., c. 106, s. 1, been made 
permanent, by repealing the 28th section of the Poor Law Board Act, 
1847, which limited their duration of office to five years, and the ope- 
ration of which was extended by various acts until the 23rd July, 
1867, and the end of the next session of Parliament. 

LOCAL ACTS RELATING TO THE POOR IN PLACES 

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soon, swept away the local authorities by whom relief to the poor 
was administered in metropolitan parishes under local acts. Beyond 
the metropolis such places are not so summarily dealt with; but the 
30 and 31 Vict., c. 106, s. 2, provides a machinery similar to that in 
the Local Government Acts, and the Harbours and Piers Act, for the 
repeal or alteration of local acts by means of provisional orders, to be 
afterwards confirmed by Parliament. It enacts that where in any 
union or parish, not being within the metropolis, the relief of the 
poor, or the making and levying of the poor rate, is subject to the 
control or regulation of any local act, it shall be competent for the 
guardians of such union or parish, havingpowers to exercise, or duties 
to discharge under such act, to apply to the Poor Law Board to issue 
an order to repeal the whole or any part of such local acr, or to alter 
the same, such application having been agreed to by the majority at 
two successive meetings of the guardians, and being forwarded in 
writing imder the hand of the presiding chairman of the second oi 
such meetings to the Board ; the Board may then, if after due in- 
qnirj they shall deem it expedient, make and issue a provisional 
order for such repeal or alteration, and shall take all necessary steps 
for the confirmation of such order by act of Parliament, but previ- 
ously to such confirmation the order shall not be of any validity 
whatever ; and every act of Parliament confirming the order shall be 
deemed a public general act. The act, however, does not provide^ 
as in the case of local goverment, provisional orders for the confirming^ 
bills, if petitioned against, being referred to a select committee, and 
for the petitioner being allowed to appear and oppose it, as in the case 
of private bills. 

ADJUSTMENT AND DIVISION OF PARISHES. 

A somewhat similar provision to the foregoing is contained in the 
third section of the act, enabling the Poor Law Board, where several 
parts of any parish are separated from one another or intermixed witb 
an adjoining parish, or where a parish is of great extent in area, on 
an application in writing by one- tenth part in value of owners of 
property and of ratepayers, in the parish or parishes respectively inte* 
rested in the subject, if satisfied by public inquiry on the spot, after 
14 days public notice of the time, place, and object of such intended 
inquiry, that the relief to the poor can be better administered in the 
parish or parishes by meanfi of such re-adjustment or division, make 
a provisional order under seal (to be afterwards confirmed by Parlia- 
ment) for re- adjusting or dividing the parishes according to the 
terms of the application, and for the purposes and objects set forth, 
therein, or with such modifications as they shall deem expedient. 

By s. 15, when any parish comprised in any union shall have been, 
so sub-divided, or when any parish shall have been added to any^ 
union after all the valuation lists have been finally approved, the 
contributions of the several parishes to the Common Fund thereof 
shall continue to be made according to the provisions of the tJnioik 
Assessment Committee Act, 1862 ; and the Poor Law Board shall de- 
termine by their order the proportions according to which the several 
parts of the parish divided or the parish added shall contribute to the 
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spectively shall have been finally approved of by the assessment com- 
mittee of the union, and shall also, in respect of such divided parish* 
determine the proportions of its liabilities to the Common Fund at 
the time of the division, to be charged upon the several parts accord- 
ing to the annual rateable value of the property comprised therein. 

ELECTION OF GUARDIANS. 

By the Poor Law Act of 1834 (s. 38), the "annual rental'* gave 
the qualification for the office of guardian ; but this often gave rise to 
disputes and much uncertainty. It is now enacted by s. 4 of the act 
now under consideration, that the qualification of a guardian shall be 
determined with reference to the annual rateable value of the pro- 
perty in respect of which his qualification is claimed. 

Much abuse prevailed with regard to proxy votes, which will now, 
to a very considerable extent, be obviated by the 5th section of the 
act, which enacts that no owner shall vote by proxy at the election of 
a guardian for any parish or ward therein, if at the time of the elec- 
tion he shall be residing within the parish. 

The 6th section repeals the 21st section of the 7 and 8 Vict., c. 101, 
and, as regards voting in wards for the future, enacts that no person 
entitled to vote shall give in the whole of the wards into which a 
parish may be divided a greater number of votes than he would have 
been entitled to have given if the parish had not been divided into 
"wards, nor in any one ward a greater number of votes than he is 
entitled to in respect of property in that ward. Any such ratepayer 
or owner may, however, by notice in writing, signed by him, and deli- 
Tered to the overseers of the parish before the day appointed for the 
annual nomination of candidates, elect in what ward or wards he will 
vote for the ensuing year, and determine what proportion of votes, 
having regard to the property situated therein, he will give in any one 
or more such wards. If he do not give such notice his vote shall 
only be taken for the ward in which he resides, or, if he do not reside 
within the parish, for that ward in which the greater part of such 
property, according to its annual rateable value, shall be situated. No 
person shall, however, be qualified to nominate a guardian for any 
■ward in which he is iiot qualified to vote. 

As regards registers of owners entitled to vote, the 7th section 
^enacts that the overseers may object to the names of any persons en- 
tered on the register whom they shall believe to be dead,orbedisqua* 
lifiedfrom voting as such owners, and shall gi vepublic notice, by affixing 
the same on or near the doors of all chiirches and chapels within the 
parish, and at all the usual places of affixing notices of paroehial busi- 
ness, of the names to which they have made objections, on some day 
between the 5th and 15th February, and shall send a copy of such 
notice to the clerk of the guardians, who shall hear and decide such 
objections at the time of his revision of the register, in like manner 
jslb in the case of other objections. By s. 8 the overseers may from 
time to time make a fresh register of owners who have claimed to 
vote for guardians, and of proxies, as they shall find necessary, causing 
the names to be copied from the former register, and the two to be care- 
fully collated and verified; and by s. 9 the returning officer at the 
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take place, be concluded by the entries in the register, whether ifr has 
or has not been revised. 

Under the Pool Law Act of 1 834, a corporation ag^^regate, johit 
stock or other company, commi>tsioners, or public trustees, could not 
■vote as ratepayers ; now, by s.lO of this act, where they shall be rated, 
any officer of the corporation, &^,^ from time to time appointe I by 
the governing body, whose name shall be sent in writing to the over- 
seers before the Ist March in any year, to be entered in the rate book 
under the name of such corporation, &c., shall be entitled to vote in 
respect of the property assessed as if he were as»esse I in his own 
name for the same, and in the case of a parish d vided into wards 
shall vote in that ward where the principal office of the corporation, 
&c., shall be situated, it any, orotherwi«»e in that ward where the 
greatest part of the property assessed shall be situated. 

In many parishes great irregularities take place in making poor 
rates, so that it has often happened that the persons nominating as 
well as the persons nominated were disqualified. To remedy thi-«, it 
is new enacted by s. 11 that, where money has been collected in any 
parish by an assessment under the name and as and for a poor rate, 
the 8ame shall be deemed to be a rate made f«>r the relief of the poor 
within the meaning of the 4 and 6 W. 4, c. 76, s. 40, and 7 and 8 
Vict., c. 101, s. 16, notwithstanding any defect in the form of such 
assessment. 

By s. 1 2, when any question as to the election of a guardian is 
decided by the Poor Law Board, and according to their decUi^n the 
election in the parish for which he shall have been returne<i is de- 
clared to have been null, the guardian elected at any election in the 
previous year shall not be entitled to serve as ^uch guardian for the 
remainder of the current year, but the Poor Law Board shall issue an 
order for a fresh election. 

It has not unfrequently happened that the right of all the guardians 
returned as duly elected for a parish has been called in question 
under the 5 and 6 Vict., c. 6>, p. 8, and that the Poor Law Board 
have sustained the objection, and decl^ired the election null and void. 
In such case, when guardians were elected for the parish in the pre- 
vious year, they were entitled to continue to act, under the 5 and 6 
Vict., c. 67, s. 10. ; and thus it has happened that the gunrdians peti- 
tioned against have contmued to sit by virtue of their previou>* elec- 
tion, and notwithstanding their having been unseated upon petitiou. 
This will not again happen. 

HIRE OF WORKHOUSES OR BUILDINGS. 

The 13th section enables guardians, with the approval of the Poor 
Law Board, to hire or take on lease, temporarily or for a term of years, 
not exceeding five, any laiid or bull lings for the purpose of the relief 
or employment of the poor and the use of the guardians or their 
officers, without any order of the said Board under seal ; and. by s. 14, 
the amount limited bv the 4 ani 5 W. 4, c. 76, s. 24, with reference 
to the sums to be raised for the purpose of building workhouses, is 
increased to a sum not exceeding two thirds of the aggregate amount 
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within any municipal borough, or within five miles from the outward 
boundary thereof, the cost of it may be added. 

SUPERANNUATION OF POOR LAW OFFICERS. 

By s. 18, a relieving officer may now hold the office of registrar of 
marriages simultaneously with that of relieving officer, without forfeit- 
ing his right to a superannuation allowance when he retires ; and by 
«. 19, where an officer shall at the time of vacating his' office he em- 
ployed solely in the service of the guardians, he shall not be prevented 
from receiving a superannuation allowance by reason of his having 
been also employed under another public authority, provided that 
such last-mentioned employment shall have ceased not less than 
three years prior to his application for such allowance. By s. 20, ser- 
vice in a dissolved union may be reckoned in the grant of allowance 
in a new imion. ^ 

BLIND AND DEAF AND DUMB PAUPERS. 

Though guardians could, under the 25 and 26 Vict., c. 43, send 
pauper children to certain certified schools for their education and 
m9.intenance, adult paupers could not be so provided for. Now, by 
8. 21, the guardians may provide for the reception, maintenance, and 
instruction of any adult pauper, being blind or deaf and dumb, in any 
hospital or institution established for the reception of persons suffer- 
ing under such infirmities, and may pay the charges incurred in the 
conveyance of such pauper to and from the same, as well as those 
incurred in his maintenance, support, and instruction therein. 

DETENTION OF PAUPERS IN WORKHOUSES. 

Hitherto guardians had no clear right to detain compulsorily in a 
workhouse lunatics and other persons unfit to go at large. Great 
scandal and danger to public health has thus not unfrequently been 
occasioned ; but now, when there shall be in any workhouse a poor 
person suffering from mental disease, or from bodily disease of an 
infectious or contagious character, and the medical officer of such 
workhouBe shall upon examination report in writing that such person 
is not in a proper state to leave ihe workhouse without danger to him- 
self or others, the guardians, under s. 22, may direct the master to 
detain such person therein, or, if the guardians be not sitting, the 
master may, until the next meeting of the guardians, detain him 
therein; and such person shall not be discharged until the medical 
officer shall in writing certify that such discharge may take place. 
This provision applies to every district school and district asylum, 
and to the managers, board of management, medical officer, superin- 
tendent, or master thereof respectively. But it shall not prevent the 
removal of a lunatic to a lunatic asylum, &c., when such removal is 
otherwise required by law, nor the removal of any poor person after 
the parent or next of kin of such person shall have given to the guar, 
iiians such an undertaking as they shall deem satisfactory, to provide 
for the removal, charge, aud maintenance of such person with due 
care and attention whUe the malady continues* 

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178 POOR LAW JLE6I8LATION. . 

BOROUGH PAUPER LUNATICS. 

Much difficulty has been felt as to charging the cost of the borough 
lunatics maintained in county asylums, in consequence of their being 
charged for at a higher ra^e than those sent from parishes beyond the 
borough, such latter parishes having contributed to the erection of the 
asylum. It is jiow, therefore, enacted by s. 23, that when anv pauper 
lunatic shall be sent to any asylum from any part of a borougli wh«»Uy 
or partly comprised within a union, which boroui>h shall not have 
contributed to the erection or maLnt,enaiice of that asylum, tlie visitors 
of the asylum shall, where the the union ard the borough are not 
conterminous, make out two accounts in respect ff such lunatic in 
the asylutn, one of which shall be limited to the charge which would 
be made in the case of a pau er lunatic sent fr'>m the county, and 
shall be transmitted to the guardians of the union for payment, and 
the other, which shall contain the extra sum by law chargeable in 
respect of a pauper lunatic leceived into the same asylum from any 
other county, shall be transmitted to the town council of the borough, 
and shall be paid by them as other charges to which the borough fund 
may be liable. 

The above provision, it will be noticed, does not apply to the charge 
of pauper lun .tics sent to private lunatic asylums, and it is open to 
some question whether or not it is retrospective in its operation. 

POOR REMOVAL. 

The Union Chargeabiliiy Act. 1865, is, by ss. 24, 25, and 26, amended 
in the following respects : — When an order of removal is obtained by 
the guardians of any union not formed under the 4 and 5 W. 4, c. 76, 
or by the guardians or overseers of any parish not included in any 
union so formed, such order shall be addressed to the guardians of 
such union, and shall be dealt with in all respects as provided by 
the Union Chargeability Act, 1 865. 

As regards suspended orders of removal, when any order of re- 
tnoval, made before the pas-ing of the Union Chargeability Act, phall 
have been suspended, »nd the suspension shall hereafter be taken off, 
the order of expenses to be made thereon shall, ui the case of a parish 
comprised in' a union, be made in favour of the guardians of the union 
comprising the parish entitled to be reimbursed, and against the guar- 
dians of the union containing the parish to which the order of removal 
was addressed. The several boards of guardians in f&uch case shall 
apply so much of the expenses as were incurred before the 25th. 
Mairch, 1866, to the account of the respective parishesi, and the residue 
to the account of the common funds of the unions. 

When an order of removal is made upon the guardians, its ejrecu- 
iion may be suspended. The guardians in whose favour the order is 
made may send an account to the guardians upon whom it is made, 
at the end of every quarter, of the cost incurred in the maintenance of 
the pauper and of his f tmily ; and the last-mentioned guardians may- 
pay the same, and if they neglect to do so the aipount reasonably- 
expended may be recovered in the county court. 

By s. 27, where a union extends into several distinct jurisdictions, 
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they have any interest, shall for the purpose of jurisdiction oe deemed 
to arise or exist equally throughout the union. 

PARISH FIKE ENGINES. 

Notwithstanding that many rural parishes possessed fire enginesf 
there was ni general provision for payment of the necessary ex- 
penses out of any public fund. It is now enacted (s. 29), that if the 
▼estry of any parish, where there is no town council, local board, or 
other authority competent to provide the same, shall resolve that the 
overseers shall provide iny fire engine, &c., the overseers shall pro- 
Tide the same, and pay out of the poor rate the necessary expenses. 

VACCINATION. 

The next act of the session which affects boards of guardians is the 
act to consolidate and amend the laws relating to Vaccination, 30 
and3l Vict., c. 84. 

In contains, in the whole, 37 clauses, besides schedules ; but it would 
be impracticable, in the space at my disposal in this work, to give an 
intelligible summary of its. provisions. This, however, is, perhaps, not 
to be regretted, as very useful manuals on the subject of the act have 
been published. The one by Mr. Danby P. Fry, of the Poor Law Board, 
is published by Messrs. Knight and Co., and may very usefully be 
consulted. It suffices to say here, that the act repeals, from and after 
the 1st July, 1868, all the previous acts on the subject of public vac- 
cination, and consolidates, with amendments,, their provisions in one 
act. 

CRIMINAL LUNATICS. 

The Criminal Lunatics Act, 1867 (30 Vict., c. 12), s. 6, repeals the 
eighth section of the 23 and 24 Vict.,c. 75, and in place thereof makes 
further provision for criminal lunatics, which, however, the liinits of 
this paper prevent me from entering into. 

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE. 

I do not propose in this place to do more than to refer to the pro- 
visions of this act (30 and 31 Vict., c, 102^), which directly affect 
Poor Law authorities. In conjunction with Mr. C. W. Lovesy, of the 
Middle Temple, barrister-atlaw, I have edited an edition of the 
Representation of the People Ac, 1867, to which I must refer those 
who wish to be more fully informed on the subject of '* the leap in 
tbe dark.*' 

CESSATION OF RATING SMALL TENEMENTS IN 
BOROUGHS. 

As affecting the Poor Law^, the most important clause of the act is 
the 7th, which abolishes the compounding for poor rates in parishes 
vithin parliamentary boroughs. It enacts that, where the owner is 
rated at the time ol the passing of the act to the poor rate in respect 
of a dwelling house or other tenement situate in a parish wholly or 
partly in a borough, instead of the occupier, his liability to bo rated 
many future po'>r rate shall, cease, and the following enactments 
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180 POOB LAW LBOISLATION. 

1. No owner of any dwelling house or other tenement situate in a 
parish either wholly or partly within a borough shall be rated to the 
poor rate instead of the occupier, except as herein-after mentioned : — 

2. The full rateable value of every dwelling house or other separate 
tenement, and the full rate in the pound payable by the occupi^, 
and tlie name of the occupier, shall 1^ entered in the rate book : 

Where the dwelling house or tenement shall be' wholly let out in 
apartments or lodgings not separately rated, the owner of such dwell- 
ing house or tenement shall be rated in respect thereof to the poor 
rate. 

INCIDENTS OE FRANCHISE. 

By s. 28, where any poor rate due on the 5th of January, in any 
year, from an occupier, in respect of premises capable of con- 
ferring the ft*anchise for a borough, remains 'unpaid on the 1st of 
June following, the overseers whose duty it may be to collect sucfa. 
rate shall, on or before the 20th of the same month of June, unless 
such rate has previously been paid, or has been duly demanded by a 
demand note, to be served in like manner as the notice in the sectioD 
referred to, give or cause to be given a notice in the form set forth in 
schedule (E.) to the act to every such occupier. The notice shall be 
deemed to be duly given if delivered to the occupier, or left at his 
last or usual place of abode, or with some person on the premises in 
respect of which the rate is payable. Any overseer who shall wilfully 
withhold such notice, with intent to keep the occupier off the list or 
register of voters for the borough, shall be deemed gmlty of a breach 
of duty in the execution of the registration acts. 

By s. 29, the overseers of every parish wholly or partly within a 
borough shall, on or before the 22nd of July in every year, make out 
a list containing the name and place of abode of every person who 
shall not have paid, on or before the 20th of the same month, all poor 
rates which shall have become payable from him in respect of any 
premises within the parish, before the 5th of Januaiy then last past, 
and the overseers shall keep the list, to be perused by any person, 
without payment of any fee, at any time between the hours of 
ten of the clock in the forenoon and four of the clock in the after- 
noon, of any day except Sunday, during the first 14 days after the 
122nd of July ; any overseer wilfully neglecting or refusing to make 
out such list, or to allow the same to be so perused, shall be deemed 
guilty of a brt-ach of duty in the execution of the registration acts. 

The act contains further provisions affecting the overseers, which 
will be best understood by consulting the publication to which I have 
referred. 

SEWAGE UTILIZATION* 

As affecting overseers, the 30 and 31 Vict, c. 113, is next to be 
noticed. It remedies a defect in the 28 and 29 Vict, c. 75, with 
regard to the payment of expenses of sewer authorities out of the 
poor rates. 

It provides by s. 17, that where the sewer authority of a district is 
a vestry, select vestry, or other body of persons acting by virtue of 
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FOOB LAW LEGISLATION. 181 

instead of a vestry or select Testry, such authority shall, for the pur- 
pjs-^ ot defraying any expenses incurred in carrying into effect the 
Sewage Uiilization Act, 1865, or the Act of 1867, issue their precept 
to the oveiseer^ of the parish of which they are the authority, re- 
quiring them to pay over the amount specified in the precept to the 
aewr r authority, or to their officer named in the precept, or into some 
bank mentioned in the precept. The overseers are to comply with 
the precepc by levying a separate rate, in the same manner as if it 
were a poor rate, with the exception specified in the act, to which re- 
ference must be n.ade. 

By s. 18, in case the amount ordered by the precept be not paid in 
maimer directed by the precept, and within the time specified for that 
purpose, it may be recovered by distress and sale. 

CONTAGIOUS DISEASES (ANIMALS) RATE IN AID. 

By s. 38 of the 30 and 31 Victt, c. 125, each local authority acting 
under it shall cause an ai count of their expenditure in compensation 
for animals slaughtered to be made up to Michaelmas and Lady Day 
in eacli year, or to such other half-yearly days as the Poor Law Board 
from time to time direct ; and (s. 39) where from such half-yearly- 
account it appears that the expenditure in compensation in any half 
year exceeds the rate of ninepence in the pound per annum on the 
annual rateable value of the property in the district, the local autho- 
rity may apply to the Poor Law Board fi)r an audit of their accounts 
fur that half year, who shall direct an, audit accordingly. 

The act contains other provisions with reference to the audit and 
other matters, which, however, cannot further be referred to in 
this place. 

DISQUALIFICATIONS OF JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

By the Justices of the Peace Act, 1867 (30 and 31 Vict., c. 115), 
s. 2, a justice of the peace shall not be incapable of acting as a jus- 
tice at any petty or special or general or quarter sessions, on the trial 
of an offence arisinq: under an act to be put in execution by a muni- 
cipal corporation, or a local board of health, or improvement commis- 
sioners, or trustees, or any other local authority, by reason only of 
fais being as one of several ratepayers, or as one of any other class 
of per&ons liable in common with the others to contribute to or to be 
benehteU by any fund, to the account of which the penalty payable 
in respect of such offence is directed to be carried, or of which it 
will form part, or to contribute to any rate or expenses in diminution 
of which such penalty will go. 

STOCK IN TRADE. 

The exemption of stock in trade from rateability to the relief of 
the poor is continued by the Expiring Laws Continuance Act, 1867 
(:^0 and 31 Vict., c. 143), until the 1st Oct., 1868, and end of the then 
next session. 

MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS. 

The 16th section of the 30 and 31 Vict., c. 106, repeals the proviso 
to s. 40 of 7 and 8 Vict., c. 101, and so much of s. 43 of that act, as 
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182 POOB LAW LEGISLATION. 

therein described to the alteration of the district ; and s. 17 extends 
the power conferred by the 3rd section of 5 and 6 W. 4, c. 69 npon 
the persons who were the guardians of any dissolved union at the 
time of its dissolution, to the persons wHo constituted the board of 
guardians of a parish when such board shall be dissolyed (as to whom 
«ee the provisions of the Metropolis Poor Act, ante). 

The 28th section, but somewhat ineffectually, provides for the 
Audit of the rates made by the overseers under the provisions of the 
15th section of the Public Works (Manufacturing Districts) Act, 1863. 

For the purposes of the Harbours and Passing Tolls Act, 1861, 
•Cattle Diseases Prevention Act, 1 ii66, the Labouring Classes Dwell- 
ing Houses Act, 1866, and the Public Works (Manufacturing Dis- 
tricts) Act, 1863, 1864, the Lords Commissioners of her Majesty's 
Treasury are empowered, by 30 Vict., c. 32, s. 1, to charge £300,000 
per annum upon- the Consolidated Fund, by issues not exceeding 
£75,000 per quarter, during the three years next ensuing the 30th 
June, 1867. 

The Mutiny Act, 30 Yict. c. 13, contains the usual clause (s. 92) 
AS to the mode of recording a soldier's settlement ; and the Marine 
Mutiny Act, 30 Vict., c. 14, also contains (s. 94), a similar provision ; 
and, in consequence of the attention of the military authorities having 
teen called "to the subject, the unnecessary provision in former Mutiny 
Acts, ** That no officer of her Majesty*6 Koyal Marine Forces, residing 
in barracks or elsewhere, under military law, shall be deemed liable 
to liave any pu'ish poor child bound apprentice to him," has been 
dropped. 

By the 30 and 31 Vict, c. 40, s. 4, the Commissioners of Public 
Buildings are to make good to the parishes of St. Margaret and St. 
John the Evangelist, deficiencies in rates caused by the taking of cer- 
tain prescribed lands for the Hou&es of Paiiiament and the Thames 
Embankment. 

STATUTE LAW REVISION. 

The only remaining legislation upon Poor Laws during the session 
5vhich remains to be noticed is of a sort of negative kind, inasmuch 
as it only repeals unnecessary enactments on the subject remaining 
•on the statute book. I allude to the Statute Law Revision Act, 
1867, 30 and 31 Vict., c. 59. It repeals the following enactments, 
which are contained in- the first volume of ** Glen's Poor Law 
Statutes'* : — 

3 W. and M., c. 1 1, sections 1 to 4 ; section 5, from " shall for," to 
•** year or ;' * and sections 6 and 12. 

6 and 7 W. 3, c. 4, section 2, from " provided always," to end of 
that section ; and the last section. 

8 and 9 W. 3, c. 30, sections 1, 4, and 7. 
9W. 3, c. 11. 

12 Anne, c. 18. 

16 Geo. 2, c. 18, section 2. 

25 Geo. 2, c. 36, sections 1, 9, 11, 12, and 15. 

9 Geo. 3, c. 37, all except the last section. 

(The sections repealed are as given in the act, but they refer to the 
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POOR LAW LBGISLATION 189 

GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE ON POOR LAW 
ADMINISTRATION. 

The following stuns are to be paid out of the Consolidated Fund^ 
underdo and 31 Vict., c. 120, in respect of the following : — 
For oontribntions in a^d of local assessments for 
the i*elief of the poor in respect of certain 

descriptions of government property £27,000 

For expenses connected with the administration 

of the laws relating to the poor 312,798 

This latter sum is appropriated as follows : — 

England.— Poor Law Board £45,859 

Medical OfiScers' salaries 104,500 

Workhouse Teachers' salaries 34,500 • 

Salaries of Auditors 17,900 

208,759 

Ireland. — Poor Law Commission « 25,800 

Medical Officers' Salaries 59,300 

Workhouse Teachers* salaries .' 5,700 

Salaries of Auditors 2,400 

93,20a 

Scotland. — Board of Supervision 6,839 

Medical Officers' salaries 10,000 

16,83* 

Total £312.79a 

GENERAL ORDERS. 

The following general orders have been issued by the Poor Law 
Board during the year 1867 : — 

14th Jan., 1867 — General Election Amendment order (Unions). 

1st Feb.. 1867- Ditto (Parishes). 

14th Jan., 1867 — General order for accounts. 

19th Aug., 1867 — General order relating to appointment of certain 
classes of workhonse officers, and to appointment of officers generally^ 

15th Nov., 1867 — General order relating to payment of poor rate 
collectors. 

All these orders, including the general orders issued by the Poor 
Law Board in the years 1865 and 1866, will be included in the next 
(the sixth) edition of •* Glen's Poor Law Board Orders," yhich is in 
the press and will shortly be published. 

W. CUNNINGHAM GLEN. 
Whitehftli, let Dec, 1867. 



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THE COHMIBSIOirEBS HT LUNACY. 
Office: 19, WHITEHALL PLACE, a W. 



The Right Hon. the EARL of SHAFTESBURY ; 
FRANCIS BARLOW. Esq.; 
CoMNEL H. M. CLIFFORD; 
B. W. PROCTER, Esq. 



Medical, 
J.WILKES. Esq., F.R.C.S. 
ROBT. NAIRNE, Esq., M.D. 
J. D.CLEATON. E«q.. F.R.C.S. 



LegaL 
W. G. CAMPBELL, BsQ^ 
R. VV. S. LUTWIDGE. Esc^ 
JOflN POKSTER, Esq. 



Seeretartf-^C, P. PHILLIPS, Esq. 



list of Conxxty and. Boroagli Asyluns, Metropolitan and Prarincial 
licenaed Honaes, and Hospitala, reoeiying Lnnatiea. 

COUNTY ASYLUMS. 



Counties,United Coun- 
ties and Borocigb». 

Beds, Herts, and 
Hunts. 

Bucks 

Catnbridge& Isleof Ely 

Carmanheo, CardL- 
fran, Pembroke and 
Haverfordwest .... 

Chester 

Comvrall 

Cumberland & West, 
moreland ........ 

Denbigh, Anglemv, 
Carnarvon, Flint, 
and Merioneih .... 

Derby 

Devon 

Dorset 

Durham 

Essex 

Glamorgan 

Gloucester 

Hants 

Kent 

lancaster %.. 

I.«feester and Rvtiand 
xjlncoln *••••••••••■ 

Middlesex 



Arlesey, Baldock . 

Stone, near Aylesbury 

Fiflbourn 

Carmarthen 



Mliere Situate. 



Superintendents and 
Medical Officers. 



Chester 

Bodmin 

Near Carlisle. 

Denbigh 



Mickleover,nr. Derby 

Exminster 

Near Dorchester ,. . 
S«dgefield,near Ferry 

Brentwood [h.ll 

Bridgend 

Gloucester 

Knole, near Fareham 
Barming Heath, near 

Maidstone 

LAncaster Moor. . . 
Kainhill. near Prescot 
Prestwich, near Mnn. 

Chester 

I^eicester 

Bracebridge, nearLin. 

coin 

Colney Hatch 



HanweU 



Denne, W. (Surg.} 

Humphry, J. (Surg). 
Lawrence, O.W.(Dr.) 
Wilion, F. (Surg.) .. 

Harper, H.L. (Dr.) .. 
Adams. K. (Or.) .... 
Clouston, T. S. (Dr.i, 

Jones, T.'G. (Snrg.). 



Hitchman, John ^Dr.) 
Saunders, G. J. S. (Dr.) 
Syroes, J. G. (Surg.) . . 

Smith, R. (Dr.) 

Campbell, D. (Dr.) .. 
Vfllow-lees, D. (Dr.) 

Toller, E. (Surg.) 

Manley.J. (Dr.) 

Kirkman, W. P. (Dr.) 

Broadhurst, J. (Surg.) 
Rogers, T. L. (Dr.) . . 
Holland, Jos. (Surg.) 



Buck, J. (Surg.) 

Palmer, K (Dr.) .... 

Sheppard, E. (Dr.) .. 
M .rsh.ill,W.O. (Surg.) 
Begley, W. C. (Dr.) 
Lindsay, J. M.(Dy.) . 



Clerks. 



S. Wing. . 

R. R. Hnllver 
W. H. Norman 
T. iimiih 



J. E. Edwards 
J. Hicks 
J. Todd 

John Robinson 



John Langley 
J. Badcock 
J. Brown. 
W. Macklin 
Charles Kayner 
W. Jenkins 
B. Shar'gett 
A. G. Morrisois 
J. H. Stevens 

H. Shaw 
R. C. Lewis 
J. R. Smith 

Wm. Freer 
G. Kirkup 

T. H. Chany 

J.. Morrison 



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185 



Counties.United Coun- 
ties and Boroughs. 



Monmouth, Hereford, 
Brecon, and Radnor 

Norfolk 

Northumberland .. 



Notts 

Oxford and Berks.. 

Salop and Montgo- 

mery 

Somerset 

Stafford 



^^ere Situate. 



Superintendents and 
Medical Officers. 



Abergavenny. 



Suffolk* 



Surrey 

Sussex 

Warwick 

Wilis 

Worcester 

York, N. Riding .. 
n W. Riding 



rhorpe. near Norwich 
Cottingwood, near 

Morpeth . . 
^•ottingham . . 
Iiittlemore, near Ox. 

ford 

Bicton, near Shrews. 

bury 

Wells 

Stafford 

Bumtwood, near Lich. 

field 

Melton, near Wood- 
bridge 

Tooting ( near) S. . 
Hayward's Heath 
Hatton, near Warwick 
Near Devizes ...... 

Powirk.nearWorcester 
Clifton, near York 
Wakefield 



McCuUough, D. : 

(Dr.) 
Hills, W. C. (Dr.) 



Wilson. Richd. (Surg.) John Kent 
Stiff, W. P. (Dr.) .. .. Kemp Sanby 
Ley, W. (Surg.) .... j. John Andrews 



Clerks. 



S* Browning 
W. M. Girling 



Ley, H. R. (Surg.) 



Boyd, R. (Dr.) 

Bower, M. N. (Dr.) ., 
Davis, R. A. (Dr>) ., 



Kirkman, J. (Dr.) . 

Biggs, J. S. (Dr.) ... 
Robertson C. L. (Dr.) 
Parsey, W.H. (Dr.).. 
Thumam, J. (Dr.) . . 
Sh««rlock,i. (DrJ '.. 
Hill, Samuel (Surg.) 
Browne J. C. ^Dr.) . . 



J. Roberts 

B. Duke 
J. Tllston 
J. G. Hopder 

Henry Pizey 

S. Bridgland 
S. A. Mortlock 
P. P. Sanders 
H. C. Ward 
G. Jenkins 
J. Stonier 
G. Appleyard 



BOROUGH ASYLUMS. 



Boroughs. 



Superintendents and Medical Officers. 



fireen, T. (Surg.) 

Stephens, H. O. (Dr.) .. 

Phillips. E. P. (Sui^eon) 
Casson, F. W. (Surg,) . 



Birmingham . 
Bristol (Stapleton, 

neap Bristol) . . 
Haverfordwest . . 

Hull 

London (City of),' Jcpson^ O. (Dr.) , 

Stone, near Dart.; 

ford I 

Norwich Macpherson, S. H. (Surg.) 

Newcastle.on.Tyne Stewart, H. G. (Dr.) 

(Benfiham, near 

Gateshead) 



W. F. Knight 
J. Fuller 

R. James 
J. Milne 



R. Scott 



METROPOLITAN LICENSED HOUSES. 

(Those marked thus • receive Pauper LtmaHcs.) 



Houses, and where situate 



ActoD ....;.... 
Acton, East ... 
*Bethnal Green 
•Bow 

Brixton 

Brompton 

Bnwli Green... 



Derwentwater House 

The Friars 

Bethnal House 

Grove Hall 

ElfraHiai 

akrence Villa 

Earl's Court Hoiue. . 
Montague House . . . . 



To whom Licensed. 



Miss Benfleld 

Mrs. Nesbitt 

John Millar (Dr.) 

E. H. Byas (Surg.) k Dr. 

Stocker 
C. A. Elliott and W. H. 

Diamond (Dr.) 
Forder, T. (Surgeon) 
Miss Bumey & Dr. G. Hill 
Mrs. Roy 

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I«UlfATlC ASTI.UMS. 



Homes, and where situate. 



*C«mberwell Camberwell House . 

Chelsea Blacklands House . 



Chiswick 

Clapham 

Clapton, Upper.. 

Fulham 



Hackney 

Hammersmith .... 



Hanwell. 
Hayes... 



HendoB . . . . 
Hillingdon.. 
•Hoxton . . 
Isleworth . . 
Kensington 
KUbiim.... 
Le3rton . . . . 
*Peckham.. 
SoQthall . . . . 



Stoke Newiagton 



Sunbury 

Twickenham., 



Elm Hoose, 6, Upper Church-street , 

Manor House 

The Retreat • 

Brooke House 



Munster House 

Normand House 

Otto House, North End 

London House 

Pembroke House 

Upper Mall House 

{Sussex House 
Brandenburgh House 

Lawn House 

Kent Lodge 

Vine Cottage, Norwood Green . 

HayesPark 

Wood End Grove...... 



Hendon House 

Moorcroft House 

Hoxton House , 

Wyke House 

Kensington Honse 

51, Prtory Road 

Great House 

Peckham House 

SouthallPark 

The Shrubbery 

Sottthall Looge 

Grove House , 

Northumberland House , 

Halliford House , 

Twickenham House . . . , 



To whom Licensed. 



Dr J. H.Paul 
Dr. Sutherland and & 
Hall (Surgeon) 

F. A.B. Bonney (Surgeon) 
Dr. Tuke . 

John Bush (Surgeon) 

Dr. H. Monro and Dr. G. 

G. Gardiner 
C. A. Elliott 

MissTalfourd [E-Dlxoo 
Dr. Sutherland and Miss 
Dr. Ozley and Mrs. Ayre 
Dr. Williams, Dr. Christie 
Mrs. Gale 
Dr. F. Wlnslow and Dr. 

Winn 
Dr. H. Maudstey 
Mr. F. Waite 
Dr. & Mrs. Horsbmgh 
Mr. and Mn. Benbow 
Drs. G. J. and H. Stflwell^ 

and Mn. Fenton 
Miss Dence 

Drs. G. J. fc H. Stilwell 
I>r. W.J. Hunt 
Dr. E. Willett C^urgeoD 
Dr. Wood and T. BiglaiMl,. 

G. Moseley (Surg.) 
Mrs. Woods 

Dr. H. Armstrong [Vlckers- 

Dr. Steward and Mrs. 

Dr. & Mrs. Steward 

Mr. E. Harvey 

Dr. Atkins 

Mrs. Birkett 

Dr. Seaton 

Dr. H. W. & Mr8.Diamoiid 



PROVINCIAL LICENSED HOUSES. 
(Tho$e marked thru * r«cn*ve Tauper Lmtatiet,) 



County. 



Bucks 

Derby.. ....< 

Devon . . . . , 

Durham ... 

Eisex < 

ft 

♦ Glamorgan 
Gloucester .. 



HanU. 
Herts. 



SpringBeld House, near Bedford 

Wlnslow Hall, Winslow 

Wye House, Buxton 

Plympton House, Plympion 

Dinsdale Park, near Darlington 

Dnnston Lodge, near Gateshead 

Essex Hall, Colchester 

Essex Hall, Cottage near Colchester . 

Wiiham 

Vernon House, Briton Ferry 

Northwoods, near Bristol 

Fairford House, Falrford 

The Croft House, Fairfurd . . [tenharo 
Sandywell Park, Dowde8well,near Chel. 
Moorend House, Charlton, near 

Cheltenham , 

Westbrook House, Alton 

Harpenden Hall, near Saint Alban*s.. 



To whom Licensed* 



Harris, H. (Surgeon 

Boisragr»n, T. (Dr.) 

Dickson, T.& F. K. (Drs.) 

Langworthy, S. (Surg.) 

Mackintosh, D. (Dr.) 

Garbntt, C. D.& W. (Drs.) 

Maiard,W. 

Millard, W.,& Mrs. Betts 

TomkiD,T.M.(Surg. 

Pegge, C. (Surgeon 

Davey, J. a (Dr.) 

lies, Daniel 

Mrs. lies 

Sankey, W.H. O.CDr.) 

Holme, T. 

Burnett, C. M. (Df> 
Rumball, A. G. (Sarg.> 



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County. 



HouMt. 



To whom Liemted. 



Herto. 
Kent 



Norfolk 



Northampton. 
Shropshire .> 



Somerset 



Staflbrd .. 
»» 

Suffolk .. 



Surrey. 



Sussex.. 



Warwick. 



Wilts . 



Worcester « 



Hadham Palace, Much Hadham . 
North Grove House, Hawkhurst. 



Tattlebury House, Qoadhurst 

West Mailing Place, near Maidstone . 



Marsden Hall, Burnley 

Clifton Hall, near Manchester . 



•Haydock Lodge, Ashton, Newton-le- 

Willows 

Tue Brook Villa, near Liverpool .... 



Heigliam Hall, near Norwich 

The Grove, Catton, near Norwich . . 
Abington Abbey Retreat, near North- 
ampton 

Streiton House, Church SireUon.... . 
Grove House, All Stretton 



Brislington House, near Bristol 

Longwood House, near Bristol 

Bailbrook House, Bath Easton 

Upper House, Combe Down, Bath . , 

Amberd House, near Taunton 

Downside Lodge, Midsomer Norton .. 



Moat House, Tamworth 

Barr House, Great Barr,]^. Birmingham 



Aspall Hall, near Debenham .... 

The Grove, Ipswich 

Belle Vue House, Ipswich 

Lea Pale House, near Guildford 



Church Street, Epsom 



TIcehurst Asylum 

Church Hill House, Brighton 



Driffold House, Sutton Coldfield 
Burman House, Henley in Arden 
Arden House, Henley in Arden . . 
Hurst House, Henley in Arden . . 



Doddridge Grove, Knowle Common . • 
Laverstock House, near Salisbury .... 

* Fisherton House, near Salisbury .... 

[Devizes 

Fiddlngton House, Market Lavington, 
Khigsdown House, Box 

Droitwich Asylum 



Smith, P.M. (Dr.) 

Harmer, W. and W. H. 

(Sui-geon*) 
Newington, S. W. (Suxg.) 
Lowry, Thomas H. (Dr.) .* 

Bennett, E. A. (Suig.) 
Lomas, Mrs., and Lomas. 

DlH. 
Lister, E. (Dr.) 

Owen,J.ft Owen,H.(Surg.) 

Nichols, W. P.,fc Watson, 

J. F. (Surg.) 
Rackham, T. J. C. 

Prichard, T. (Dr.) 

Hislop, W. 
Bakewell, Mrs. 

Fox, F. K. (Dr.) 
Rogers, G. (Dr.) 
Terry, J. (Surg.) 
Long, Miss B. 
Woodforde, F. H. (Dr.) 
Short, Mi6S M. 

Woody, J. F. (Surg.) 
Moore, Mrs. 

ChevaUier, Mrs. 
Chevallier, B. (Dr.) 
Shaw, Mrs. 

Sells, T. J., and Wiboa, 
W. S. (Surg.) 

StOwell, G. (Surg.) 

Newington, S. (Dr.) 
Foreman, Mrs. 

Bodington, G. (Dr.) 
Fayrer, G. (Dr.) 
Dartnell, G. R. (Surg.) 
Fayrer.G. (Dr.) and Phil* 

lipps, Mrs. 
Darke, Miss A. 
Bushnan, J. S., Haynes. 

S. L. k J. (Drs.) 
Finch, W. C. (Dr.), Finch, 

W.C.,jun., (Surg.) and 

J. A. Lush (Dr.) 
Hitchcock, C. (Dr.) 
Nash, J. (Dr.) 

Bennett, F. I. (Surg.) 



Yerk'E. R ...... Marfleet Lane Retreat, Sculcoates, Hull Campbell, Mrs. 

„ I Dunningtou House, near York I Hornby, R. H. 



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LUNATIC ASYLUMS. 



County. 



Houses. 



To whom Licensed. 



York— N.R.. 



York— W.R., 



York, City. 



Terrace House, Osbaldwick , 



Tose, Mrs. 



♦Grore Housft, Acomb, near York .... iPearson, R. 

Lime. Tree House, Acomb, near York. . i Nelson, Samuel (Surg ) 

Mount Stead, near Leeds Smith, S. (Surg.) fc Smith, 

' I G. P. (Dr.) 
Greta Bank, Bamoldswick, near Ben^ iParker, James 

tham 

Lawrence House, York 'Pumphrey, W. 



HOSPITALS. 

Houses. 
St. Thomas's Hospital, near Exeter . . 

Bamwood House, near Gloucester. . • . 

Fort Pitt, Chatham 

Liverpool Lunatic Hospital 

[Cheadle 
Manchester Royal Lunatic Hospital, 

Lincoln Lunatic Hospital 

St.Luke'sliospita],01d.street.road,£.C. 

Bethel Hospital, Norwich 

Royal Naval Hospital, Yarmouth .... 

Northampton General Lunatic Hospital 
Nottingham Lunatic Hospital, the Cop. 

pice. Nottingham «. . . . 

Wameford Lunatic Asylum.Headington 

Hiir, near Oxford 

Charitable Institution for the Insane, 

Coton Hill, near Stafford 

Asylum for Idiots, £arl&wood, near 

R^igate [road, 8. 

Bethlehem Hospital, Saint George's- 

York Lunatic Hospital 

Retreat, York 

State Criminal Asylum, Broadmoor .. 



County. 
Devon 

Gloucester . • . 

Kent 

Lancaster ... 

Lincoln 

Middlesex ... 
Norfolk 

Northampton 
Notts 

Oxford 

Stafford 

Surrey 

York .::.... 

B*rk«..r.... 



Medical Superintendent. 



Lyle, T. (Surg.) 

Wood. A. J. (Dr.) 
Cockburn, J. B., (Dr.) 
Hargood, H. F. (Surg.) 

Mould, G. W. (Suig.) 
Walsh, F. D. (Surg.) 
Ellis, J. (Dr.) 
Gibson, C. M. (SuigO 
Rae, J. (Dr.), Deputy I 

spector General. 
Bayley, J. (Surg.) 
Tate, W. B. (Dr.) 

Allen, T. (Suxv.) 

Hewson, J. D. (Dr.) 

Down, J. L, H. (Dr.) 

Williams, W. R. (Dr.) 
Needham, F. (Dr.) 
Kitching, J.(Dr.) 
Meyer, J. (Dr.) 



BE&ISt£AB-0EHERAL OF BIBTHS, DEATHS, AND 1IABBIA0S 

Office: SOMERSET PLACE, SOMERSET HOUSE. 
Beffistrar'^General—GEORGE GRAHAM, E9Q. 
Secretory— E. EDWARDS. 
Examiner and Compiler of Abstracts— W, FARR, feso. 



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LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT OFFICE: 

Offioe—Sy Bichmond Terrace, Whitehall, S. W. 



Secretary — Tom Taylor, Esq., Bar&istbb-at-Law* 
Inspectors, 
Robert Rawlinson, Esq., C.B., C.E. 
Robert Moboan, Esq., C.E., and 
Arnold Taylor, Esq. 
Chief Clerk-^ AXES John Scott, Esq., Barrister-at-La-w. 
Clerks — J. CoLLiKowooD Hatle, Joseph Montague, anb 
Edwin W. Wight, Esqs. 

Office Keeper — Mb. G. Whittlestonb. 
Messenger8^MEB8R8. O. Owen and R. Cbat. 



SANITARY LEGISLATION AND PROGUESS 

DURING 1867. 

Daring; the year 1867, six confirmmg bills received legislative sanc- 
tion» giying force and effect to an unusually large number of provi- 
jttonal orders, prepared under the provisions of the Local Govern- 
ment Act, 1858, and the acts therewith incorporated. The confirm- 
ing acts were these : — 

No. 1. An act to confirm certain provisional orders under " The 
Local Government Act, 1858," relating to the districts of Gainsbo- 
xough, Farsley, Bideford, Canterbury, Chepping Wycombe, Worth- 
ing, and Weonesfield ; and for other purposes relative to certain 
districts under that act. (30 and 31 Vict., c. 21.) Royal assent given 

1st May, 1867. 

No. 2. An act to confirm certain provisional orders under '* The 
Local Government Act, 1858," relating to the districts of Sheffield, 
Derby, Shwbome, Roy ton, Bedford (Lancashire), Slough, Sandown, 
Burton-upon-Trent, West Cowes, and Accrington. (30 and 31 Vict.» 
e« 65.) Royal assent given 25th July, 1867. 

No. 3. An act to confirm a certain provisional order under ^< The 
Local Government Act, 1858," relating to the district of Halifax ; 
and for other purposes relative to the said district under that act. 
(30 and 31 Vict., c. 49.) Royal assent given 16ih July, 1867. 

No. 4, An act to, confirm certain provisional orders under " The 
liocal Government Act, 1858," relating to the districts of Oswald- 
twisde, Devizes, Layton-with.Warbrick (Blackpool), and Harrogate, 

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190 SANITARY LEGISLATION AND PBOGRB88. 

and for other purposes relative to certain districts under th€ said act. 
(30 and 3 1 Vict., c. 67.) Royal assent given 35th July, 1867. 

No. 5. An act to confirm certain provisional orders under ** The 
Local Gk>vemment Act, 1858/' relating to the districts of Ramsgate^ 
Tunhridge Wells, Bognor, Newport, Chesterfield, Malvern^ Great 
. Harwood, and Harrow ; an>1 for other purposes relating to certain 
districts under that act. (30 and 31 Vict., c. 83.) Royal assent 
given 13th Augu-t, 1867. 

No. 6. An act to confirm certain provisional orders under " The 
Local Government Act, 1858," relating to the districts of Kxeter» 
Devonport, Heading, Warley, and Midglej ; and for other purposes 
relative to certain districts under the said act. (30 and 31 Vict., c. 
133.) Royal assent given 20th Angust, 1867. 

The private acts passed in the last se^ion oi Parliament, relating 
to towns' improventent, drainage, water supply, roads, markets, com- 
panies, &c., numbered altogether 222. This was a great falling off 
from the result of private bill legislation during each of the six pre- 
ceding sessions. The lowest number in anj of them was 237 (1862), 
while in 1865 it was 392 ; and in 1866, 378. Li a sanitary point of 
view, however, it is gratifying to notice that the reduction was not 
in the class relating to improvements in towns. &c. The acts relating 
thereto were, indeed, more numerous than during any session since 
1857, with the single exception of 1866. They then amounted to 91, 
and in 1867 reach^ the respectable number of 85 ; while in 1859, 
they were only 25. Many of these acts of last session are calculated 
to effect sreat improvements in the sanitary condition of some of our 
largest cities and towns. 

During the past year, the Local Government Act, 1853, has 
been adopted by a large number of towns and populous districts, in- 
cluding — Weston- super-Mare (Somersetshire), Choriey (Lancashire), 
Little Woolton, Drighlington (Yorkshire), Chesterfield, Alford (Lm- 
coln»hire), Fartown (Yorkshire), Teddington ( Middlesex), Moimtain 
Ash (Glamorganshire), Sale (Cheshire), Bognor (Sussex), MalTtm 
(partial adoption), Whitwood (Yorkshire), Prescot and Middleton la 
Stranton ( Lancashire and Durham), Woolborough (Devon), city and 
horough, &c., of Exeter, Pensam (Denbighshire), Swinton (Lanea* 
shire), Quarry Bank (Staffordshire), Keighley (Yorkshire), Stoor* 
Abridge, Brierley Hill, Bromley (Kent), Newport (Isle of Wight), 
Portland Island (Dorsetshire), Buislem, Sfoke-upon- Trent (partial 
adoption), Northam (Devon), Warminster, Upper Sedgley and Lower 
SeHgley (Stafibrdsbire), Ripley (Derbyshire), Childwall (Lancashire), 
Hindley, Neston and Parkgate (Cheshire), Sowerby (Yorkshire)! 
Hornsey (part of parish), Hucknall Torkard, Bampton and Barrow* 
in-Furness, Hopwood (Lancashire), Aberyatwith (partial adoption), 
Gainsborough, Bowness (Westmorland). Hinckley (Leicester and, 
Warwick), and Ashbourne (Derbyshire). Under the provisions, 
also, of the Sanitary Acts, various special drainage districts have been 
formed in different parts of the country, including — Whippinghant 
(Isle of Wight), Westbury-upon-Trym (Brtstol), Seaford, &c. ; and 
Under the powers of those statutes, as well as under those of the Loeal 
Onvemment Act, 1858 (to a much larger extent), sanctions have been 
given, by the Secretary of State for the Home Department, to the sewer 



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twithorities or the local boards, respectively, raising, tipon serurity 
of the rates of their various districts, sums of money to enable them 
to carry oat works of water supply, drainage, and other schemes of 
local improvement 

The parliamentary notices of private bills for the session of 1867-8, 
which have been published in the London, Edinburgh, and Dublin 
Gazettes, during the months of October and November, 1867. fts re- 
quired by statute, and by the Standing Orders of both Houses, amount 
to 320. Among them are notices of various important local improve- 
ment bills, and of other measures calculated to have a bearing upon 
the sanitary condition of large towns and p»pul)us districts Two 
bills respecting the Thames Embankment— "Chelsea," and " North 
and South"— are to be proceeded with by the Meiropolitan Board of 
"Works, to carry out further sections of that great work. The borough 
of Portsmouth will seek bills to enable the local authorities to extend 
the supply of water, and to effect general tow:i improvements, as well 
as to construct quays, &c. Bradford, Dublin, Brompton, Chatham, 
Gillingham and Rochester. Chichester, Chippenham Cork, Dartford, 
Derby, Dewsbury, Dundee, Halifax, Have i ford west, Leamington 
Priors, Leicester, Lewes, Reading, the SStaffordshire Potteries, &c., 
are also seeking to obtain bills during the session of 1868, for various 
local improvements, the amelioration of their water supply, &c. 
A General Sewage UtilizAion Company (Limited), Bill, and a 
Towns Drainage and Sewage Utilization Company BUI, are included 
in the same ofScial list — as well ns one for carrying out a ** Westminster 
B<mlevard,*' proposed to extend from New Palace-yard to Eaton- 
square. Recreation 8;rounds and public gardens are likewise in con- 
templation at Lincoln (Can wick and Monk's l^ys Common), and 
Leamington Priors ; and, amono^ other proposed metropolitan 
Bchemes, notices have been given of bills for a *' Park-lane Improve- 
ment". ** Metropolis Subways," a "Metropolitan Foreign Cattle 
Market," *• Metropolitan Tramways,** and ** Metropolitan Stone 
Tramways." Thus, in the matter of private bill legisluion, Parlia- 
ment will have a fair average ^hare of work for the session of 1868, 
not only in the number of the applications for acts, but also in the 
imx)ortance of* many of the schemes which will then be brought 
before it. 

The public acts relative to sanitary measures during the past 
sesl^ion were not numerous, but *they were important in character. 
Among them may be mentioned the Vaccination Acr, the S-wage 
Act (30 and 31 Yict., cap. 113), the Labouring Classes Dwellings 
Acts Amendment Act, and the statute which authorises further 
advances under arid for the purpose of the Public Works (Manu* 
factnring Districts) Acts, 1863 and 1864. Also an act to cons >lidate 
and amend the laws as to the public health in Scotland, two inclosure, 
and two land drainage acts ; and acts to confirm important and very 
comprehensive provisional orders as to various local improvements, 
and tovrns as well as police reguLitions in Edinburgh, and in nome of 
the leading pQpulous districts of Scotland, such as Duadfe, Aberdeen, 
&c. Legi4ative measures have also been taken in respect of the 
anxions and pressing question of contagious and iufecti' >us diseases 
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■and desirable proTisions. Remembering; indeed, the Tast pro- 
p irtion ot t«e ses^on allotted to tbe engrossing qaestion of reform, 
it inuatbe admitted that a very fair share of other work was effected 
before Pailiament rose, in August last, for its well earned *< recess/' 

Towns' drain rige and sewage utiliz ttion are questions increasing in 
4irgency. The act (cap. 173) of last session prupt>8e8 to deal with : — 
The removal of sewage and the disposal thereof; the drainage of 
ho i«es and lands, and the suppljiuit of water for irrigation^ fliuhi^g 
-Sewers, and other like pm poses ; as well as with making, clearing, and 
improving drains, sewer^, and watercourses, and the diversion of 
«e wage from streams and pi ices where it may be injurious to health. 
It a so purposes to promote the cultivation and improvement of waste 
and other lands by irrigation, by means of sewi^^e or water ; aad, 
mireover, the constructing, erecting, or improving any buildings, 
engine houses, mills, kilns, roads, tramways, shatts, wells, tanks, 
reservoirs, drains, pipes, conduits, waterooorses, bridges, weirs, 
sluices, floodgates, and other works which shall be thought requisite 
for carrying out the objects of the company, or which is sanctioned 
by the Sewage Utilization Act, 1865, and the Sianitary Act, 1866, or 
«ither of them, or which may be approved by any authorities acting 
under the game respectively. If any mode.ate proportion of the ob- 
objects thus proposed can be achieved, the public benefit would be 
great, and adirticidt qaestion of sanitary improvement would be con- 
siderably advanced. 

Meanwhile the Rivers . Commission continue their very useful and 
instructive investigations, and, in their recait report (signed by Messrs. 
Kobert Kawlinson, O.B. and C.E., John Tnornhill Harrison, and J. 
Thomas Way), lay down the insults of their long and laborious in- 
quiries and experience. They maintain that, where manufactures 
have been established, and a large resident population has grown, up, 
the greatest am^unfof pollution of river waters takes place, the area 
of country over which such form of nuisance is spread having no 
defined boundary other than the dividing ridges of the watershed and 
the shores of the sea. In order to prevent this, the manage- 
ment of rivers, their basins or watersheds, should ** be placed under 
supervision, irrespective of any arbitrwy or artificially established 
division. Running waters fiow from their source to the sea ; and, if 
the upland waters are polluted bjr town sewage and by refuse dis- 
charged from manu'actures, the entire length of a river is necessarily 
polluted, and will require to be conserved or protected. Towns 
situate midway, or on the lower branches of rivers, as Leeds, Man- 
chester, Salford, and many other places, wdl establish and carry out 
local improvements, and would clarify their sewage and other refuse 
fl^uid to little practical purpose, if the towns, villages, and manu- 
factories on the same river, and its tributaries, are not placed under 
restrictions against sending down pollutions.*' This state of things 
applies equally to villages, and even to single mills and factories^ as 
to large towns ; it prevents local authorities, as also manufacturers, 
from taking up the quest! >n of separate purification. 

Another of the principles laid down by the commissioners is, that 
pollution of river and stream waters, occasioned by the admission of 
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on in those places, should be prevented at the cost of the communities and 
persons causivg svch pollutions. At Croydon, at South Norwood, and at 
some other towns, as is well known, it has been forbidden hy injunc- 
tion for the local authorities to pass town sewage into running waters 
below a defined standard of purity. •* The re-ult has been a clari- 
fication of such sewage by irrigation, which not only proves surcess- 
ful for the purpose desired, but, in its operation, is a source of proJU 
to the ratepayers. The question of profit or loss in abating nuisances, 
and in preventing either the undue pollution of the atmosphere, run- 
ning waters, or the seashore, by town and house sewage, or by working 
mines and carrying on trades and manu'acturei*, ought not, however, 
too closely to be taken into account. In some cases, restrictive mea- 
sures, rigidly enforced, would result in profit; whilst in others there 
might be a small loss, if that can be fairly called loss which is m re 
than compensated by gain to the community. Towns can as well 
afibrd to pay for the means and appliances necessary to render 
sewage innocuous to running waters, as they can to pay for the 
sewers and drains which are necessary to their sanitary we 1 doing." 
It need not be doubted that these principles will const>intly become 
more and more confirmed in the public n>ind, nor thai a gre it and 
beneficial progress will result in the sanitary conditioned those parts 
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THE BURIAL ACTS OFFICE, 

«, RICHMOND TERRACE, WHITEHALL, S.W. 

(A Branch of the Home OJice,J 



IHSPECTOB. 
P. H. HOLLAND; Esq., M.R.C.S. 

CLEBJL, 

HENRY C. WALLING. 

AT. B. — Applications toith reference to the closing of Burial Grounds^ wt 
the opening of New Cemeteries, should be addressed direct ** To THB 
Seobetabt of State, Home Office, Whitehalu" 



*** The following List of Burial Boards has been made up to the 25th of DecMnber* 
from the Official Returns of the '* Burial Acts Office." The Publishers mim 
indebted to numerous correspondents for the names and addreaies of Clerics 
to rarious Boards; and will be glad of future communicaticms. 

Aberdare, Glamorganshire^ H. P. Lenton, So/. 

Aberdare, St. Margaret, Glamorganshire^ D. Morgan. 

Abergavenny, MonmoiUh, J. T. Ratherford. 

Aberystwith, Cardiganshire, Hugh Hughes, SoL 

Abingdon, Berks,, A. D. Bartlett, Sol 

Accrington, Lancashire (under Board of Heatth), Geo. Swainson. 

Aldershot, Hants, Richard Eve, Sol, 

Almondburv, Yorks., John R. Sykes. 

Alnwick, Northumberland, J. A. Wilson, SoL 

Alston, Carlisle, Cumberland, Joseph Dickinson. 

Alton, Hants., M. H. Moss. 

Alverstoke, Hants,, T. H. Field, Solicitor, Gosport. 

Alverthorpe, Yorks.y lanson and Banks, Sols., Wakefield, 

Amcrsham, Bucks., Henry Bedford, &>/. 

Amlwch, Anglesey, Edward Francis. 

Andover, Hants, H. A. Loscombe. 

Ardleigh, Essex, David Mustard, Manningtree. 

Arreton, Isle of Wight, E. Bleckley. 

Ashby-de-la-7iOucfa, Leicestershire, John Salisbury. 

Ashford, Kent, Robert Furley. 

Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, W. Marshall. 

Astley, Bedford, Pennington, and West Leigh, Lancashire, Rickard 
Marsh, SoL, Leigh, near Manchester. 

Aston-cum-Aughton, Yorks,, Frederick Eaxrick. 

Atherton, Lancashire, M. C. Frankland, Chowbent, Manchester (Co 
sponding Member). 

AttercliflTe, Sheffield, Yorks,, E. Scarth Bramwell. 

Axminster, Devon, Charles W. Bond, Sol, 

Aylesbury, Bucks., Thomas Parrott, Sol. 

Aylsham, Norfolk, W. H. Scott, Soh 

Bacup, Lancashire, James Barker. 

Bakewell, Derby, John Taylor, Sol. 

Banbury, Oxon 8j Northamptonshire , Thomas Pain, Soi, 



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Bangor, Carnarvonshire, Roberts, Barber, and Hughes, Sols, 

Barnsley, Yorka,, W. H. Peacock, Sol. 

Barnstaple, Devon, Win. Knill. 

Barrow-on-H umber, Lincolnshire, George H. Cherry. 

Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire^ H. E. Mason. 

Basingstoke, IZan^*., W. Challis, Sol. 

Bath ( Lyncombe, Widcombe, & St. James), Somersetshire, J SiS. Collins, Sol,. 

Bath (St. Saviour's), Somersetshire, J. Williams, 30, Paragon, Bath. 

Bathwick, Bath, Somerset, £. T. Payne, Sol., Bath. 

Batley, Yorks., M. S. Scholefield. 

Battle, StuseXy C. Arnold. 

Beaumaris, Anglesey, J. W. Jones. 

Bebington, Cheshire,Tho%, Woodburn, 13, Harrington-street, Liverpool, . 

Beccles, Suffolk, S. W. Rix, Sol. 

Bedford, Beds.^ T. W. Pearse, SoL 

Beeston, Yorkshire, Wm. Webster, Beeston, near Leeds. 

Belper, Derbyshire^ G. Pym. 

Benfleldside, Durham, Thos. Whinney, Cemetery, Black Hill, Gateshead ». 

Bengeworth, Worcestershire, G. H. Garrard, Sol., Evesham. 

Berkeley, Gloucestershire, William Gaisford. 

Berwick-upon-Tweed, J. C. Weddell, Sol. 

Beverley, St. Martin, rbrA«Air«, Samuel MuflT. 

Bicester, Oxon, F. B. Mills, Sol. 

Bilston, Staffoi'dshire (Improvt. Commiss.), R. H. Harper. ^ 

Binstcad, Isle of Wight, J. Coombes, 95, Monkton-street, Ryde. 

Birkenhead, Cheshire (Improvt. ('ommiss.), Ambrose Wain. 

Birmingham, Warwickshire, Thomas Standbridge, T. C, 

Bishop Stortford, Herts., J. D. Taylor, Sol. 

Bishop Wearmouth, Durham, Joseph M. A. Brown, Sol. 

Blackburn, Lancashire, Thomas Ainswortb, 32, Clayton^street 

Blandford Forum, Dorset, F. T. Johns, Blandford. 

Blechinjrley, near Redhill, Surrey, William Kent. 

Biyth, Northumberland, Jas. Darling. 

Bocking, Essex, William Dixon, Booking, near Braintree» 

Bolton, Lancashire, R. G. Hinnell, T. C. 

Boston, Lincolnshire, B. S. Simpson, SoL 

Bourn, Lincolnshire, J. L. Bell, Sol, 

Bownei»s, Westm^yrland, J. H. Taylor, Soh, Windermere. 

Box, Wilts., 

Bradford, Wilts, Alfred Beaven, Sol. 

Bradford, Yorkshire, Wm. Thos. McGowen, 71 C. 

Braintree, Essex, A. Cunnington, Sol. 

Bramhope, Yorks., Robert Lupton, Bramhope, near Otley. 

Brecon, St, John and St. Mary, J. Evans. 

Bridgnorth, Salop, B. Botwood. 

Bridport, Dorset, W. K. Brown. 

Brighton, Sussex, Alfred Morris. Parochial Offices, Church-street.. 

Brightside Bierlow, Sheffield, Yorks., Thomas Collinson. 

Bromley, Kent, Robert Booth Latter, Vestry Clerk. 

Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, Geo. Dipple. 

Brookland, Kent, John Finn. 

Buckingham, G. Nelson, Sol. and T, C, • 

Buckland, T>over,Kent, James Stilwell, Sol., Dover. 

Bungay, Holy Trinity, Suffolk,!. D. Botwright. 

Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, T. N. Whitehead. 

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944 BUKIAI< BOARDS. 

B1117, Laneiuhire (ImproTt. Comzniss.}, Harper and Dodds. 

Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk^ J. W. Ion, Sol 

Calstock, Cornwall^ John Baker. 

Campton and Shefford, Bedford, G. Austin, Sol, SheflTord, Biggleswade. 

Cannington, Somerset^ W. Cox, Cannington, Bridgewater. 

Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Geo. Salmon, 7. C, 

Carisbrooke, Itle of Wight^ F. Blake, SoL^ Newport, Ide of Wight, 

Carlisle, Cvmbertand, Isaac Cartmell. 

Carmarthen, H. Howells, King-street. 

Castleford, Yorka., John Watson. 

Caverswall, Staffordshire^ Adam Walters, Fox EartL, near Leek. 

Chard, Somersetshire ^ Dommett and Canning, Sols, 

Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, H. C Margetts, SoL 

Cheadle, Staffordshire, B. Thacker, Sol 

Cheltenham, Gloucestershire^ G. E. Williams, Sol 

Chepping Wycombe, Bucks., T. J. Reynolds, Sol, 

Chepstow, Monmouth, J. Evans, SoL 

Chesham, Bucks., J. D. Francis, Sol 

Cheshunt, Herts., James Death. 

Chesterfield and Tapton, Derbyshire, Kobert Waller, Sol 

Chichester, Sussex, J. Powell, Junr., SoL 

Cbippenham, Wilts, Jacob Phillips, SoU 

Chipping SodbuTj, Gloucestershire, J. Trenfleld, Sol 

Chorley, Lanceuhire (Impt. Commiss.), R. Jackson. 

Christchurcfa, Hants, James Druitt, Sol, 

Christchurch (Great Warley), Essex, R. B. Postans, Brentwood. 

Church-kirk, Lancashire, Edmd. Pearson, Church, Hear Accrington. 

Claybrook, Leicestershire and Warwickshire, Rd. Mills, Claybrook Parva, 

Lutterworth. 
Coalville, Leicester. Leicestershire, J. Hewes, Junr. 
Cockermouth, Cumberland, 1'homas Walker, Sol, 
Coggeshall, Great, Essex^ R. Stevens, Sol 
Colchester, Essex, P. S. Sparling, Sol 
Colne, Lancashire, H. W. Hartley. 
Colyton, Devon, J. B. Kettle. 

Coppenhall, Cheshire, Rev. John Ashe, Curate in charge. 
Cromer, Norfolk, Robert Coocfa, Sol [Crook, near Darlington. 

Crook and Billy-row, and H^lmington-row, Dur?iam, Thos. Brown^ 
Cross Canonby, Cumberland, E. Tyson, Sol, Maryport. 
Crowle, Lincolnshire, F. Chapman, Registrar. 
Croydon, Surrey (under Board of Health), Rd. Jas. Cheeswright. 
Cropland. Lincolnshire, John Taylor, Sol, 
Cuckfield, Sussex, C. N. Gurnett. 
CuUompton, Devon, Henry Hill, Vestry Clerk, &c. 
Dalton-in-Fumess, Reuben Pearson. 
Darlaston, Staffordshire, W. Marshall, Sol 
Darlington, Durham, H.Dunn, Sol 
Darnall, Sheffield, Yorks,, Fras. Knight. 
Dartford, Kent, C. R. Gibson, Sol 
Dartmouth, Devon, W. Smith, Sol 
Deal, Kent, Mercer and Edwards, Sols, 
Den ham. Bucks, Rev. C. A. Hall (pro tern,) 
Derby, John Walker, Office, 14, Full-street, Derby. 
Dewsbury, Yorks., Scholes and Son. Sols, 
Dinas, Pembrokeshire, Evan Bennett. 

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Diss, Norfolk, J. C. Brook. Soh 

Dorchester, H. Lock, Sol. 

Dorking, Surrey ^ J. D. Down, Sol, 

Dover, Rent (St. James), E. Knocker, Sol,, Castle-hill. 

Dowlais, Merihyr TvdvH, Glamorganshire, William Jenkins. 

Downham Market, Norfolk, T. L. Reed, Sd. 

Drayton-in- Hales, Salop, J. H. Onions, Sol, Market Drayton. 

Dudley, Worcestershire, 

Dukinfield, Cheshire, Jno. Brooks, So/., Ashton-under-Lyne. 

Durham, St. Nicholas, H. J. Marshall, Sol,, Clerk /mo ^em. 

Ealing, Middlesex, J. Soundy, Cemetery Lodge, Ealing-lane, Ealing, W, 

East Bergholt, Suffolk, Stephen Sage. 

Eastbourne, Sussex, J. H. C. Coles, Sol, 

East Grinstead, 5t/«5ea;, Arthur Hastie, 

Eastham, Cheshire, William Blackmore. 

East Molesey, Surrey, John Cann, Sol, 

EastMolesey, (St. Paul, Kent Town), John Cann, Sol,, 61, Lincoln's 

Inn Fields, W. C. 
East Retford, Notts., Wm. Phillips. 

Edge &Spoonbed(Ty things), Gloucestershire, J, W, Skinner, Painswick. 
Egham, Surrey, H. G. Grazebrook, Sol., Chertsey. 
Egremont, Cumberland, Jas. Muncaster. 
Elland-cum-Greetland, Yorks,, Rev. Ed. Sandford, Chairman. 
EUesmere, Salop, Ed. Blackburne. 

Elswick, Northumberland, see Newcastle-upon-Tyne (St, John). 
Ely, Cambridgcy W. Marshall, Sol. 
Escomb, Bishop Auckland, John Smith, Etherley. 
EstoQ and Normanby, Henry Leggett, Normanby. 
Exeter, St. Thomas the Apostle, Devon, John Champion. 
Eye, near Peterborough, Northamptonshire, S. C. W. Buckle, Sol,, Peter- 

borouffh. 
Eye, Suffolk, F. Woolnough. 

FAirford, Gloucestershire, F. W. Fowler, Sol,, Bastleach, nr. Swindon. 
Fakenham, Norfolk, M. Bambridge. 
Falmouth, Cornwall, John J. Skinner. 
Faniborough, near Bromley, Kent, Joseph Gearing. 
Famham, Surrey, Henry Potter, Sol. 
Farnley, near Leeds, Yorkshire, Julius M. Waite. 
Fenny Stratford, Bucks., Geo. Uoldom. 
Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, Kev. W. Rowlands (pro tern,) 
Fisherton Anger, WUts. G. Smith, Sol., Salisburj. 
Fletching, Sussex, Henry Harlaud. 
Flint, P. Ellis Eyton, T. C. 
Folkestone, Kent, Richard Hart, Sol. 

Fordington, Dorset, T. W. Pearce, 3, WoUaston-terrace, Dorchester. 
Fowey, Cornwall, Walter William Wreford,, Sol, 
Framlinghun, Suffolk, J. Hart. 
Gateshead, Durham, J. W. Swinburne, T, C, 
Gildersome, Yorks., Josh. Shaw. 
Gillingham, Dorset, J. Sheppard. 
Gillingham, Kent, J. R. Peachell. 
Glastonbury, Somerset, Thomas Mayhew. 
Glossop. Derbyshire, T. M. Ellison, SoL 
Gloucester, A. H. Jenkins, SoL 
Godalming, Surrey, J. C. Orsborn. 

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246 BUBIAL BOABDS. 

Grantham, Spittlegate, Houghton and Walton, and Manthorpe-cum-Liltlf 

Gonerby, Lincolnshire, R. A. White, Sol. 
Gravesend and Milton, Kefit (Private Cemetery), J. GoaH, Manager, 

Gravesend. 
Grays Thurrock, Essex, Arthur Horncastle. 
Great Driffield, Yorks,, James M. Jennings, Driffield, 
Gresford, Wrexham, Denbigh, Robert Wickham. 
Guildford, Surrey, J. Bullen. 
Gwennap, Comwall, Edmund Michell. 
Hackford-nextReepham, Norfolk, R. Keeler. 
Hadlcigh, Suffolk, Henry Hogger. 
Hales Owen, Worcestershire, W. Hayes, SoL 
Hales worth, Suffolk , John Read, Sol. 
Halstead, Essex, G. P. Arden, Sol. 
Handley, Dorset, Jas. Isaac, Handley, near Salisbury. 
Handsworth, Sheffield, y(orX;«A2r^, Thomas Smith, jun., So/. 
Hanley, Staffordshire, Edward Challinor, T. C. 
Harrogate, Yorks., Samuel Powell, Sol. 
Hartest, Suffolk, Rev. Charles Borten (pro tern.). Rector 
Hartlepool, Durham, Thos. Bclk. T. C. 
Harwich, St. Nicholas, Essex, Edward Chapman, Sol. 
Hastings, Sussex, Geo. Meadow.-. 

Haverfordwest. St. Martin, Pembrokeshire, Thos. Tamlyn, Surveyor. 
Haverhill, Suffolk, J. Bigmore. 

Heanor, Derby, Henry Hutchinson, Wardwick, Derby. 
Heap and Heywood, Lancashire, 'V. Wolstenholme, St. Luke's, Heywood, 

Lancashire. 
Heckmondwike, Yorkshire^ Wm. Sykes, Sol., Heckmondwike. 
Henley-on-Thames, Oxon, Chas. A. Towsey. 
Hensingham, near Whitehaven, Ralph Bennett. 
Hessle, Ywks., W. Hardy. 
Hexham, Xorthumberland, Isaac Batv. Sol. 
High Wye mbe, Bucks, T. J. Reynolds. 
Highworth, Wilts., John C.Salmon. 
HiUingdon, Middlesex, Henry Bird, Uxbridge. 
Hinckley, Leicestershire, Geo. IJrocklehurst. 
Hitchin,' Herts., Charles Times, Sol. 
Holbeach, Lincolnshire, E. G. Ayliff, SoL 
Holdipgham, Lincolnshire, see Sleaford. 
Hounslow, Middlesex, W. Ruston, Sol., Brentford. 
Huddersfield, York, John Cook. 
Huntingdon, Charles Margetts, Sol. 
Husbands Bos worth, Leicestershire, Wm. Sheppard. 
Hyson Green, near Nottingham, Horatio Bullock. 
Hy the, St. Leonard, Kent, W. JJ. Smith, Sot. 
Ilminster, Somersetshire, Henry I*aull, Sol. 
Ince in Makerfiold, near Wigan, Robert Winstanley, jua. 
Ipswich, Suffolk, John Bird. 
Jarr')w. Hedworth, and Monckton, Durham, Thos.Breban (Chairman], 

Jarrow. 
Keighley, Yorkshire, John Rhodes, Registrar. 
Kendal, tVestmorlandj John Wai^hington. 
Kettering, Nofthamptonshire, W. Marshall. 
Kimbolton, Htmts., Charles iSpraguo, Surgeon. 
^Cing's L^nn, Norfolk, T. G. Archer, Sol. 

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Kingston. on-Hull, Yorkshire, Chas. T. Todd, Sol. 
Kingston-on-Thames, Surrey, Charles Walter, Soh 
Kington, Herefordshire , James Peene. 
Kirkby Stephen, Westmoreland, Richard Wilson. 
Knottingley, Yorkshire, E. S, Atkinson. 

Lamerton, near Tavistock, Devoriy John Davy, Chaddlehanger, LamertOB. 
Lancaster, Thomas Swainson, T,C. 

Leamington^ Warwickshire y J. Southern, Sol., 38, Bath-street. 
Ledbury, Hertfordshire, G. E. Masefield. 
Lee, Kent, F. W. Smith, Sol, 63, Lincohi's Inn Fields, W.C. 
Leek, Staffordshire, 11. Hammond. 
Lewes, Sussex, L. Whiteman. 
Lewisham, Kent, Samuel Edwards. 
Lincoln, T. G. Dale, Sol. 
Lindfield, Sussex, T. Heath. 

Littleport, Cambridgeshire, T. and G. Archet, Sols., Ely.* 
Liverpool, Anficld-park,George Turvey,Cemetery, Anfield-park, LiverpooL 
^, Toxteth Park, Lancashire, James Moulding, Public Offices, 

h\%xid9S,Glamorganshire, Geo. Thomas, Ely Farm, near Cardiff. 
Llanelly, Carmarthenshire, 
Llangefni, Anglesey, Wm. Thomas, Post Office. 
Lofthouse, Yorks., John Walker, Lofthouse, Hedcar, Yorks. 
London, City of, Middlesex, Joseph Daw, Sewers OflBce, Guildhall. 

„ Battersea, St. Mary, Surrey, George Chad win, Lombard- road. 

„ Camberwell, Surrey, G. W. Marsden. 

„ Charlton, Kent, E. L. Burnett. 

„ Clapham, Surrey, Jos. G. Meaden, 159, Manor street, Clapham. 

„ Deptford, St. Paul, Kent and Surrey, Thomas Marchant, Conv, 

„ Fulham, Middlesex, Jas. Parker, Vestry Offices, Walham Green, 

„ Greenwich, Kent, Chas. Harding, J^ondon-street. [S.W, 

,, Hammersmith, Middlesex, Alfred J. Roberts, The Groye, Ham- 
mersmith, W. 

,, Islington, Middlesex, James Taylor, Vestry Hall, Upper-strcet. 

„ Kensington, Middlesex, W. T. Blackwell, Vestry Hall. 

„ Lambeth, Surrey, A. E. T. Worley, Vestry Hall, Kennington- 
green, S. 

„ Paddington, Middlesex, Robert Ford, Vestry Hall, Harrow-road. 

„ Putney, Surrey, Dr. Skerry. 

f^ St. Marylebonc, Middlesex, Walpole E. Greenwell, Court-house. 

„ St. Pancras, Middlesex, Charles Greene, Vestry Hall, St. Pancras- 
road, N. W. 

„ St. Saviour, Southwark, Surrey, Frederick Drewett, Winchester 
street, Borough Market, Southwark. 

,, Westminster, St. Margaret and St. John, Middlesex, C. Bog^en, 
7, Westminster Chambers, Victoria street. 

„ Woolwich, Kent, Andrew Reed, Town Hall. 
Loughborough, Leicestershire, W. H. Toone, 5o/. 
Louth, Lincolnshire, James William Wilson, Sol. 
Luddendcn (near Manchester), Yorks., James Nelson. 
Ludgvan, Penzance, Gideon Sumners, Penzance. 
Lutoii, Beds., Samuel Oliver. 
Lyme Regis, Dorset, Robert Hillman, Sol, 
Macclesfield, Cheshire, Jiio. May. 
Maidstone, Kent, Richard Holmes, 24, High-street. 
Maldon, Essex, John Crick, Sol. 



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248 BURIAX BOARDS* 

Maltoa (New), Yorkshire, Samuel WaJker. 

Malvern, Great, Worcester, Thomag Barneby, Sol., Worcester, 

Manchester, Lancashire, Joseph Heron. T. C, 

Mansfield, Notts,, Richard Joseph Parsons, SoL 

March, Cambridgeshire, T. T. Ellioit. 6c/. 

Margate, Kent, Robert Crofts. 

Market Rasen, Lincolnshire, I'homas Gothorp. 

Melbourne, Derbyshire, William Moore. 

Melcombe Regis, Dorset, G. Andrews, Sol,, Weymouth. 

Jlere,Wilts, J. F. Rutter, Sol, 

Merthyr Tidvi], Glamorganshire y W. Robinson Smith, Sck 

Middlesbrough, Yorks,, J. S. Peacock. 

Middle wich, Cheshire,^. Harding. 

Misterton, Notts, Wm. Gabbitas. 

Monkwearroouthshore, Monkwearmouth and Fulwell, Durham, Cooper 

Abbs, Sol., Sunderland. 
Moresby, near Whitehaven, Cumberland, Alexander McAdam, Free 

Grammar School, Parton, near Whitehaven. 
Moreton-in-the-Marsh, Gloucestershire, Edwin Tilsley. 
Mottram, Hattersley, Matley and part of Hollingwortb, Cheshire, Samuel 

Oldham, Auctioneer, Mottram, near Manchester. 
Mount-sorrell, North, Elijah JacqueF, Registrar, 
Narberth, Pembroke, John Thomag. 
Newark, Notts,, W. Newton, Sol. 

Newbald, North and South, Yorks.y John Johnson, pro tern, 
Newcastle, Staffordshire, Thos. Harding, T. C. 
Newcastle-on-Tyne (AH Saints), George R. Brewis. 

„ ' ( St. Andrew & Jesmond), J.Blacklock, Sol. 6 Grey tt. 

„ (St. John, Westgate and Elswick) C. W. Milne, 75^ 

Clayton-street. 

„ (St. Nicholas), George Thirkeld Gibson, Sol, 

Newent, Gloucestershire, C. J. Cooke. 
Newland, GUmcesUr shire, Walter G. Hill, Coleford. 
Newmarket. St. Mary, Suffolk; and All ^^m\s,Cambridgeshire; W.Purkis. 
Newport, Isle of Wight, W. Weeks, Crocker-street. 
Newport and St. Woollos, Monmouth, J. F. Mullock. 
Newport, Salop, R. N- Heane, Sol. 
Newport-Pagnell, Bucks, S Newman, Sol. 
Newsham and South Blyth, Northumberland, James Darling. 
New Wortley, near Leeds, 

Northallerton and Romanby, Yorkshire, Michael Homer. 
North Petherton, Somersetshire, Henry P, Auber, Sol. 
North Walsham, Norfolk, George Wilkinson, Sol. 
North wood. Isle of Wight, Hants,, H. J. Damant, Sok, Cowes. 
Norwich, Norfolk, Arthur Preston, Sol., Bank-street. 
Oakham, Rutland, Benjamin Adam. 
Odiham, Hants, Wm. Brook;:, SoL 
Ogbourne, St. Andrew, Wilts,, 
Oldbury, near Birmingham, Oliver Johnson 

Oldham. Lancashire, (under Borough Council,) John Ponsonbv, T, C. 
Ollerton and Rofford, Notts,, Robert Parkinson, jun., Wellow, Newark 
Ongar, Essex, Chas. Mott. 
Oswestry, Falop, R. J. Croxon. 

Otley, Lindley and Newall, with Clifton, Yorkshire, George Lee, Otley. 
Oundle, Northamptonshire, E. C. Sherard. 

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Over Darwen, Lancashire, Charles Kendall, JSbiL 

Painswick, Gloucestershire, G. Codrington (Chairman), Tockwells 

House, Painswick. 
Penzance, Cornwall^ Rodd and Cornish, Sols, 
Pershore, Worcestershire, Ball and Hudson, Sols. 

Peterborough, Northants,, (Improvt. Commissioners,) N. Wilkinson, Soh 
Petersfield, Hants,, William Mitchell. 
Petersham, Surrey, W. Chapman, Richmond, Surrey. 
Pinner, Middlesex, W. S. Tootell, Bdgware, N.W. 
Pittington, Durham, Henry Greenwell. 
Pocklington, Yorks., R. Boulby Bell, Sol, 
Fontefract, Yorks., James Goddard. 
Poole, Dorset, H. M. Aldridge, Sol., Registrar. 
Portsea, Hants., Albert Besant, Sol, 
Portsmouth, Hants,, C. B. Hellard, Sol. 

Prendergast, Pembrokeshire, James Thomas, Rock House, Haverfordwest. 
Presteign, Radnorshire, Jas. Young. 
Preston, Lancashire, Miles Myres, Sol. 
Pulham, Norfolk, Geo. Rayson, Pulham, near Harleston. 
Ramsey, Hunts., John Serjeant, Sol. 
' Rawmarsh, near Rotherham, Yorks,, J. H. Bennett. 
Redd itch, Worcestershire, John Osborne. 
Reepham and Kerdiston, Norfolk, W. B. Parke. 
Reigate, Surrey, James Nichols. 
Rickmansworth, Herts., H. W. Fellows, Sol. 
Ringwood, Hants, Richard Brown. 

Ripley, Derbyshire, George Rowland, Ripley, near Derby. 
Ripon, Yorks., R. W. Nicholson, T. C. 
Rochdale, Lancashire, Z. Mellor, T. C. 
Rochester, St. Margaret, Kent. T. S. Warne. 
Rochester, St. Nicholas, Kent, J, T. Prall, Sol. 
Roraanby, Yorkshire, see Northallerton. 
Romsey, Hants, C. L. Lordan. 
Rotherhamj Yorkshire, Henry Braithwaite. 
Ruabon, Denbighshire, Robert Lloyd. 
Rugby, Warwickshire, T. M. Wratislaw, Sol. 
Runcorn, Cheshire, VV. F. Salkeld f5cc.;. 
Ryde, Isle of Wight, (Improvt. Commissioners), W. H. PuUen. 
Rye, Sussex, G. S. Butler, SoU 
Saffron Walden, Essex, S. J. King. 
Saint Albans, Herts, I. N. Kdward?, Sol. 
Saint Blazey, Cornwall, William Medland, Churchwarden. 
Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, H. F. Whitefield, Sol, 
Saint Helens, Lancashire, Thos. Haddock, Sol. 
Saint Issells, Pembroke, Richard Hare, Saundcrsfoot, Tenby. 
Saint Ives, Cormoall^ W. Hichens, Sol. 
Saint Osytb, Essex, H. Spurling, Sol., Thorp-le-Soken. 
Saint Woollos, seo Newport, Monmouth, J. F. Mullock. 
Sale, Cheshire, J. H. Storey (Hon. Sec.)f Lime-grove, Sale. 
Salford, Lancashire, G. Brett, T. C. 
Salisbury, Wilts., G, Smith, Sol, 

Sandwich, St. Mary and St. Peter, Kent, Wm. Ballard. 
Scarborough, Yorks., J. J. P. Moody, Sol. 

Seaton and Beer, Devon, C. J. Baker, Sol., Seaton, near Axminster 
Selby, Yorks., William Shillito. 
Shepton Mallet; Somersetshire, Francis Byrt, Tipcott-biy.QQQg[^ 



250 BORIAL BOABDS, 

Sherborne, Dorset, J. Y. Melmoth, Sol. 

Shipston on Stour, Worcestershire, E. V. NicoU, Sot. 

Shrewsbury and Brace Meole, Salop, J. J. Peele, Soh 

Sittingbourne,^<pn*. W.J. Harris. o r., ' 

Sleaford, New, and Holdingham, Lincolnshire, Edmund ClemenU. 

Soham, Cam6W«^e*AtVe, Thomas Hastwick,5o«. , ^, ^ , 

Soothill Nether, near Dewsbury, Yorkshire, C. Oldroyd, So/., Dewsbury. 

South Molton. Devo^, Robert Jennings Crosse, Sol, 

South Petherton, Somerset y Simeon Baker. 

Southport, C. S. Goodman, T. C. 

South Shields, Durham, T. Salmon. Sol. 

Sowerby, near Thirsk, Yorkshire, Benjamin Wright. 

Sowerby Bridge, Yorkshire, Samuel Shepherd (Chairman). 

Stafford, R. W. Hand, Sol. 

Staines, Middlesex, R. H. Home. Sol. 

Stalmine, Lancashire, T. Noble, Garstang. 

Stamford, Lincolnshire, Jeremiah Clapton. 

Stockport, Cheshire, Henry Coppock, Soi. and T. C, 

Sloke-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, Geo. Outrim. 

Stony Stratford, Bucks, (St. Giles and St. Mary Magdalene,) John Wot- 

ley, Sok 
Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire, Thomas Tippmg. 
Stowmarket, Suffolk, J. A. Rust, Crown Bank. 
Strood, Kent, R. J. Clark. ' 

Stroud, Gloucestershire, L. W, Winterbotham, Sol., 5, Rowcroft, Strond. 
Sturminster, Newton, X>or«e^, H. C. Dashwood. 
Sudbury, Suffolk, Robert Ransom, Sol. 
Sunderland, Durham, Thos. F. Hedley, 5, Church-street. 
Swanage, Dorset, Freeland Filliter, Sol., North-street, Wareham. 
Swansea, Glamorganshire, R. A. Essery, T. C. 
Taunton (St. Mai7 Magdalene and Bishop's Hull), Somerset, Fm- 

chard and Son. Sols. 
Teignmouth, East and West, Devon, W. R. Hall Jordan, Soi. 
Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, C. W. Moore and Frederick Moore, Sofa., 

Public Offices. 
Thctford, Norfolk, R. E. Clarke, Sol. 
Titch field, Hants., Henry Col lins, 
Tiverton, Devon, R. G. Tucker, Sol 
Tonbrid^e, Kent, Sydney AUeyne, Sol.. 
Tong, Charles Foster, Bradford, Yorkshire. 
Topsham, Devon, E. Portbury. \ 

Torrington, Great, Devoiiy George Doc, SoL 
Totnes, Devon, Theodore Bryett, Sol. 
Tottenham, Middlesex, W. B. Hunnings. 
Trowbridge, WtUs, R. Rod way, Sol. 
Tunstall, Staffordshire, Frederick Salt. 
Tweedmouth, in the Borouorh of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland ^ 

Robert Douglas, 5o/., Berwick-upon-Tweed. 
Tynemouth, Northumberland, Thomas C. Lielch, T. C, 
Twickenham, Middlesex, S. Butler. 
Upton upon Severn, Worcestershire, Thomas S. Gough 
Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, A. A. Flint, Sol. 
€xbridge, Middlesex, H. S. Batt, SoL 
Wakefield, Yorks., Henry Morgan. 

Walcot, Bath, Somersetshire, J. Williams, Office, 30, Paragon, Bath. 
Wallmgford, Berks., Benjamin Martin. „g,,e,,,GoOgle 



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Walsall, Staffordshire^ S. Wilkinson,'jun., T, C. 

Waltham Holy Cross, Essex, Joseph Frederick Jessopp, Sol, 

Walton-on-Thames, Surrey^ W. Drewetf,jun. 

Wanstead, Essex (under Board of Health), J. R. Jennings, Sol, 30^ 
St. Swithin's-lane, London. 

Ware, Hei'ts., Nathaniel Cobhara, Sol. 

Wareham, Dorset, Robt. Rowell, SoL 

Warrington, Lancashire, Thomas Geddes, T. C, 

Warwick, St. Mary, R. C. Heath, Sol. 

Watford, HerU., R, Pugh, Sol 

Wath-upon-Dearne, Yorkshire, Nicholson and Saunders, Sols» 

Wednesbury, Staffordshire, J. Tandy Bayley, Sol. 

Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, G. H . Burnhara, Sol. 

WcUs, Somerset, W. J. S. Foster, Sol. 

West Bromwich (Improvt. Commissioners), Charles H. Bayley, Sul. 

Westbourne, Sussex, C. F. Barham, Wcstbourne. 

Westbury, Wilts, H. Pinniger, Sol. ^ 

West Dean and Binderton, Sussex, W. T. Hipkin, West Dean, near Chi- 
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West Ham, Essex^ J. Self, West Ham. 

West Hartlepool (Improvt. Commiss.), Durham, W. W. Brunton, Sol, 

West Houghton, near Bolton-le-Moors, Lancashire, Thomas Collin. 

Weston-super-Mare, Somersetshire, Henry Davies. 

Whitby, Yorks., A. and T. Stephenson, and Buchanan and Sor. 

Whitehaven and Preston Quarter, Cumberland, John Atkinson, Sol.y 
Whitehaven. 

Whitstable, Kent, W. Amos. 

Whittlesey, St. Mary & St. Andrew, Cambridgeshire, J.W.Willders, SoL 

Wigan, Lartcashire, Thos. R. Kills, Sol., CoinmercihUyard. 

Wigton, Cumb&i'land, Robert Cawson. 

Willenhall, Staffordshire, Thos. Lawrence. 

Willesden, Middlesex, W. S. Tootell, Edgware, N.W. 

Willingham (near St. Ives), Camhs., Joaiah Smith. 

Wimborne Minster, Dorset, J. O. Chislett and Son. 

Windermere, Westmorland, J. H. Taylor, Sol. 

Windlesham, Surrey, Geo. Frimbley. 

Winchcomb, Gloucestershire, J. P. Fowler. 

Windsor, New, Berks. ^ H. Darvill, T, C. 

Wirksworth, Derby, J as. Baxter. 

Witney, Oxfordshire, Frederick Westell, SoL 

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Woinbwell. Yo^-ks,, J. Robinson, Wombwell, near Barnsley. 

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Woodbridge, Suffolk, J. R. Wood, SoL 

Woodstock, Oxon., R. B. B. Hawkins. 

Worcester, Richard Woof, T. C 

Worksop^ Notts., Robt. White. 

Worthing, Sussex, Wm. Verrall, Town Hall. 

Wrawby-cum-Brigg, Lincolnshire, John Hett, Sol., Brigg. 

Wrentham, Suffolk, E. M. Clissold. 

Wrexham, Denbighshire. Jno. James, T. C, 

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QUARTER-SESSIONS (1868) 

IN THE SETBRAL COCNTllS OP SNCLAND AND WALES. 

By the Act 1 Will. lY. c. 70, it is enacted that " in the year 1831, and afterwards 
the justices of the peace in every county, riding, or division, for which Quarter-Sessions 
of the Peace by law ought to be held, shall hold their general Quarter. Sessions of the 
Peace in the first whole week after the 1 1th of October, in the first week after the 28th of 
December, in the first week after the 31st of March, and in the first week after the 
a4th of June. " The following Jist has been computed according to this rule. 

The Act 4 and 5 Will. IV. cap. 47, allows a discretionary power to the Justices of 
Peace as to the time of holding the Spring Quarter.Sessi<»)s, and empowers them to alter 
the day for holding the Sessions, so as not to be earlier than the 7th of March, nor later 
than the 22d of April. 



BBDFoan— Tu. Dec. 31, 1867, April 7, 
1868, June 30, Oct. 20. 

Bbkks— M. Beading, Dec30, 1867, April 
6. Abingdon, June 29, Oct. 19. 

Bucks — AyUtbury, same as Berks. 

Cam BBiDGB— Onmbr^tf County, F. Jan. 3, 
April 10 (this is Good Friday), July 3, 
Oct. 23. 

Chbshirk — M. Cheeter, same as Berks. 

CoRNWALi^-it(Nlmm,Tu. same as Bedford, 

Cumbbrland— Tn. emBedfardt Jan., July, 
& Oct. at CarKsle, April at WkUekaven. 

Dbrbtorirb— D«r2y, Tu.same as Bedford. 

DBTONSHiR»--£seftr,Tu. same as Be^^brd, 

DoRSBTSHiRB— DorcAeiCrr, To. nsBetffifrd. 

Durham — ^M. same as Berks. 

Ely, Isle of— Tu. u Bedford, at Wisbeaek, 
Dee. and July, at £/y, April and Oct. 

EssBX— CAeim^^d, Tu. as Bedford. 

Gloucbstbrshirb— 6rlDif<er,Tn. as Bedford. 

Hampshire — Winche$Ur, M. as Berks. 

Hbrrfordsrirb — Hereford^ M. as JBrrAt. 

Hbrtforoshirb — Henford^ M. same as 
Berks. SL Aiban% the same week. ,^ 

Hdntingdonshirr— ^tm/Mfciim,Tu.same 
as JlnfTortf. 

Kest-^ Maidstone, Th. Jan. 2, .April 9, 
July 2, Oct. 22. Canterhwry, Tu. in 
the same week. 

Lancasbirr — Lancaster, M. same as 
Berks. Aii^oumments are held at 
Preston, at Salford, and liTerpool. 

Lacbstbrsbire — Leieester, M. as Ber^u. 

LiNcoLNSBiRB— Lincoln, S. Jan.4, Apr.11, 
July 4, Oct. 24. 
Parts iff JAndseff, 

Khrton-. I FrJan.10Apr.l7July!7 OctSO 

Louth — Tu. Apr. 14 Oct.27 

Spilsby I Tu. Jan. 7 July 7 

Bo/am and Boston, as Berks. Slet^ord 
and Spalding, Th. Jan. 2, April 9, July 2, 
Oct. 22. 

Middlesex— General or a4}oumed Ses. 
sions are held at least twice a month at 
the Sessions House, Clerkenwdl, usually 
on the alternate Tuesdays; and ad. 
joumed Sessions are also held at West- 
minster (Broad Sanctuary). The Lon. 
DON Sessions are held four times a year 
at the Guildhall. The Tower Liberty 
Sessions are held eight times a year at 
the Sessions House, Wellclose-square. 
IfoNMOUTHSiiiRB— .17)0;, M. as .Serks. 
Norfolk— Sfttre House, Norwich, W. 
Jan. I , Apr.8, July 1, Oct. 21, adjourned 
to Swqffkam and Waismgkam the follow, 
ing weeks. 



Northamptonshire — Northampton, W. 

Jan. 1, Apr. 8, July 1, Oct. 21. Peter. 

borough, same days. 
Northumbrrlamd — NeuvastUum-Tsfne, 

W. Jan. 1 ; Morpeth, April 8 j Hexham, 

July 1 i Berwick, M. Oct. 19; Alnwick, 

the week previous. 

NOTTINGBAMSRI RE — 

Nottingham, M. as Ber^. 

Newark, F. as Cambridge. 

East Re^prd, M. Jan.b, Apr. 13, July 6, 
Oct. 26. 
OxFORDSHiRB— V. Rs Bcrks. 
RuTLANDSBiRR— OaMmR,Tli.asJtfa{df<OMr . 
Sbrotshire — Shrewsbury, VL rs Berks. 
SoMBRSETSHiRR — Tu. TowUon, Dcc. 3U 

June 30. Wells, A prfl 7, Oct. 20. 
Stappordshire — ^qffbrd, M. rs Berks. 
SuPPOLK — Beeeles, M. as Berks; Ipswich, F. 

as Cambridge: and Bury, Tu. as Bedford.. 
SuBRBT— 1^1. Beigate,Gidl4ford, and King- 
ston, same as Bedford. 
Sussex — Eastern Dirision : Lewes, M. 

same as Berks. Western Division: 

Petwortk, Th. Jan. 2, and April 9. Hor~ 

sham, July 2. Chichester, Oct. 22. 
Warwickshire — Warwick, To. as Bed- 

Jordi Coventry, W. Jan. 1, Apr. 8,. 

July I.Oct. 21. 
Westminster — City, are generally held on 

the Thursday preceding the Quarter>Ses. 

sions for Middlesex. 
Westmorland — M. ns Berks, AppW)y,J9ca . 

and June, Kendal, April & Oct. 
Wiltshire — Tu. Devizes, Dec. 31, Salis. 

bury, April 7. Warminster, June 30. 

Marlborough, Oct. 20. 
WoRCBerrBRSHiRB — Worcester, M. same as 

Berks. 
Yorkshire — East Riding: Beverley Tu. as 

Bedford. West Riding : Wakffield, M. 

Dec. 30, 1867. Sheffidd,Y.3aa\.Z. PonU. 
f^act,U. April 6. Bradford. M. June 29. 

Bother ham, F. July 3. Leeds, M. Oct. 

19. Doncaster, F. Oct 23. North 

Riding : Northallerton, Tu. as Becfford. 

City, same as Berks. 



ITie Quarter Sessions through North an* 
South Wales are held by the same rul« 
as the foregoing, the magistrates deter> 
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6 qrs., ;2», 


if- 


3 qrs., lOs, 


)i 


5 qrs.,. 15*. 


»» 


100,3«.B<;. 


If 


8 qrs., 7*. 


1 *' 


5qrs.,l2*.6rf. 


' " ») 


3 qrs., 6 


K. 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



10 



Poor Law-Glerk*8 Half-yearly Statements}, etc. 



Schedule 

and 

No. of Form. 


SCHSS.B. 




/ 16 




16 a 
17 




17 a 




19 


i 


19* 


1^ 
1- 


t9a 




19a» 


' 


196 
19 bb 




J9c 




19d 




190 
\ 



J^ame and Description of Form. 



Price. 



per Quire, 4*. 
each, 14«. 

peV Quire, 4f. 
•vAy 14«.t 



FORMS REQUIRED BY THE CLERK— co»<ifMi«rf. 

Strtti^ticn! Statement of Paii^Y 

pers Relieved, in sheets ,J 
Ditto, in bookd of 2 quires . 
Finoodial Statement of Re-i 

ceipt, Expenditure, e^c. in } 

sheets . I .' :j 
Ditto, in hooks of 2 qyire.O 

bAlf-hdn^? indhes hy 15 .f 
Parochial tist of In-door and^ 

Out-door Poor; with State- 1 

ment of Accoi|nt appended, i 

in sheets , ^, .1 
Parochial List oIF In-door and | 

Out-door. Poor, without' 
' * Statement , .: ' . \ 
Parochial List of In-door, 

sepamte, with Statement*. 
Ditto,s^arate,wUhoDt Stiitei> 

ment . . • • 
Ditto, Out-door, ditto 
Statemi^nt of Account, sepa- 
rate .... 
Clerk's Notice lof JUdU,ihf 1 

Workhouse Doors .. . j 
Half-yearly Statement ofl 

Expenditure «. . . ij 
Weekly Returq.. Forjn B> ♦' 
Ditto, in books for 2 years . 



p«nr Qnire, each, 1#. 6d. 



(48), li. W. 



e^ch, 6s. 



(48), 3.. 
(48), Ss, 



rosMs ros tha mxosr coibXi|QCTO», 




Union Collector's Aooou^it'i 
^ook; A. ,,,;.. . ' ./ 
Ditto, in sheets, . ,. 
Co^^tor's Reo^ipt Book » 



each, St. ^. 

?er Quirei) 3«. 
OO* Forms, 1*. 6d, 



19 A f Treasurer's Account Bookj ., .| ,each, ^<. .s .; 



-\ r- 



SOHED. C. 



ro*M8 rou ^in M48Tim or vhb 

Inventory Book, half-bour^,! 
, 46 inches by- H.„,.'i. , ;^j, 
4-<^i9sion and (Qis/chargeV 
gook,half-hrf.*15in:by 1 1/ , 



Boojcs of* 2' ars., 6s\ 

. , XjiqrsL, 7f. 6rf. 
" . U'ftr».,14#. 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



Poop I#aw-Mafifter> jpay Books ^nd ^Ipthifig Bookp. » 



Schedule I | 

No.of°Form. ^^^^ *°^ Descrip|;ion of form. 



SOHED. C. 

21a 






221 
23/ 



24' 
24 a 

Mb 

"• 25\ 
26/ 



Price. 



27 
28 
29 



J 



30 



31 



32 

32 a) 
32 6f 
32 cj 
32 d 
32 e 



Books of 3 qrs., 8*. 



Vagrants' Admission andl 

; Discbarge Book . . J 

fi^-door Relief List an,d Ab-"\ 

. stract, half-bd. 15 in. b^ U ; 

Ditto, dftto, folio, 1$ in.^ 

. by.2^'. .. . ;..) 

Master'? Day Book, half-bd/\ 

. 13 inches by 10 ^ ./ 

Mq^ter's Book; of' liec,eipt8\ 

and Payments. ,, ,j 

Receipt Check Boolt . . . 

?i^visionC(iti8i«in^tiop Book\ 

V Jhalf-bound, JO in. by 13 ./ 

Ditto, large foraa> witbi 7\ 

columns for ^aofe Mpal ,./ 

Ditto, improved fcwm, Ini-^ 
perial 4to obJo»ig','^thtbe' • 
iArticles printed, ,;.; . .J 

TJie Provisfon Receipt 'Hfiilf 
/Consumption Book^ half-< 
bound, 15 inphes by 10 . [ 

Ditto, * with the iirticlesj 
printed , .... 



r3 qrs., 8*. 
/' \5qrs., 15*. 
73 qrs. 185. 
" \5qrs.25«. 

„ 3 qrs., Qs, 6rf, 

„ 3 qrs., 7*. 
per 100, U. 
Boo^s foi; 1 year, 9s. 6rf. 

,, half-year, 9'*. 6<f. 
'„ 1 year, 15*. 



Ditto, improved- form, post 
folio, with the Articles* 
puiiited ♦ . , . 

Clothing Materials* Receipt 
and Conversion ^Pook.half- 
bound, 13 inches by lb . 

Clothitg Receipt and Ex- 
penditure Book, half-bd., 
10incljes(bUr,^» -^ y^ » 

Clothing feegist^r^ook, Half 

■ bound, TO irfcbi*^ by 1 3' ' : 

N^ceBSflries &,Mi8CQllaneous 
.A.ccount and Siahiiawry- A 
ti'arm Ac'couht Book . • . 
. Dispenser's Aecount Book 





f> 


6*. 




t *' 


8*. 




IT 


10*. 




n 


8*. 




V 


10*. 


o 


>> 


12*. 




»» 


12*. 6dL 




tf 


17*.6dl 


a' 


)) 


21*. 



Book^ of 3 quires, 6*. 6rf. 
each. 



feooks for 1 Jriear, li^Qd. 
„ .^ „ 17*; 6d. 

' • „" af' , 2m 



» See Meiiior^nduln in referepeefo tlie««~0oo1<s; p. 3£ 



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IS Poor Law^Befieving IMIeer's Out-Belief Lists, etc. 



Schedule 

and 

No, of Form. 



Name and Description of Form. 



Price. 



SCHED. D. 





' 33 




u 




34 d 


u 








^ 




O 




btt' 


a4» 


a 




> 




o 










346 


M 




*» 




u 




& 


35 




36 




36a 




36aa 




366 \ 
^3666/ 





P«fS VI 



Application and Report Book 1 
bound, to roll, up for the ] 
pocket, 15 inches bj 11 .J 

Oiit^oor Relief List, bonridl 
to roll up for the pocket, | 
18 inches hy 15 . <J 

Mr. Hotson's Form of Out- 
door Relief Listj with se- 
parate columns for Money^ 
and Eind^ 32 lines on a^ 
page, 18, inches by 15 
inches . 

Out^door Relief List, withT 

separatecolnmns for Mom^ ) 

and Kind, (A}terttati¥e| 

Fbrm^ p 62 in the Order) i. 

Rough Out-Relief list, fbr 

lihe Pocket, 9| inches hf 

B|, in leather . 

Abstract of the Out-doorl 

Reliei* List^ half-bound, V 

18 inches by id , J 

Out- door Receiptand Ezpen-'l 

diturfe Book, half-bd., 15 \ 

in. by 1 1, with Summary J 

Ditto, foolscap, with ditto 

Ditto, Mr. Hotson's Form,1 

with ditto . . ./ 

Summary of Receipts and\ 

Expenditure . . «/ 



(Iqr. 

2qr. 

|3qr. 



Half. 

Leaihcr.CIolli. bound. 

4. i. 4. 

56 

70 

86 

10 

13 

16 



43 33 
60 50 
7 6 6 6 

Iqh 7 

2qr';10 

3 qr. 13 

1 qr., or 24 each long 
and shorl leaves, 9«. Qd. 

1| qr.,or36 ditto 10«. 6d. 

2 qr., or 48 ditto 12«. 

3 qr., or 72 ditto 14«. 

4 qr^ or 96 ditto 16*. 
6 qr., or 144 ditto 20«. 

1 qr.,7*. 

2 qr., 10*. 

3 qr., 13*. 



Books 



flqr. 

of 'j 2 qr. 

(.3qr. 



4s. 6 J. 
7s.6<i. 
10s. 



1 qr., lOs. 



. 3 years, 7s. 6<f. 



each, 6s. 
„ 6«. 
„ 5s. 



OTHER BOOKS AND FORMS. 



38 

38 d 
40 



Pi'atrict Med. Relief Book, Form P 
Ditto, foolscap . . ditto 
Djtto, in sheets, postfdUO; Itf ge \ 
size . . . < ,j 

Index to ditto . • , . 

Medical Officer's Certificate 



Books of 2 qrs., 8«« 
each, 6s. 

per* Quire, 3*. 

iSooks of 1 qr.^ 2s. 6d, 
„ 100, Is. 6rf. 



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Poor Law-Medical and Pajish Officers' Boolcs. 13 




No. in 
Order. 


Name and Description of Form. 


Price. 






FORMS FOR THE MEDICAL OFFICER— co»ft»«6rf. 




41 


Medical Officer's Order for Sick\ 
Diet . . . . .; 








Books of 1 00, U. 




42 


List of Permanent Sick and\ 
Disabled Poor . . ./ 








per Quire, 1*. 6d, 


* 


42 a 


Ditto 


Books of 1 qr., 5*. 




43 


Medical Officer's Certificate of\ 
Cause of Death . . .J 








„ 100, U.6d. 




44 


Medical Officer's Quarterly Re-\ 
torn, In-door or Out-dooirPoorJ 


per Quire, each^ 3*. 




45 


Medical Tickets under Medical! 


1 f\/\ e% z> > 






Rules / 


per 100, 2s. 6d, 




46 


Medical Officer's Quarterly Re-\ 
turn of Lunatics . .J 








per 50, Is,, thin paper. 




46* 


Medical Officer's Statement of \. 


per Quire, 3«. 






Extra Medical Fees . ,j 




SCHED. A 


. rOSBKB VO» TSB 9AM1 


SB orrzcsss. 




1 to 10 


See pages 5 to 8. 






47 


Notice to Medical Officer to at-'j 
tend a Case of urgent necessity (^ 
by Churchwardens or Over- ( 
seers i . . . .J 








Books of 100, 2 J. 










49 


Notice of having called for Rate") 






51 


Order for Excusal of Poor Rates K 
on the ground of Poverty .J 


per Quire, each, 3*. 




SCHBD.C 


rOSMS TOn TBB MAS' 


V7BM 0T TBS 




WOnKSLOVB^ 






20 to 32 


-Seepages 10, 11. 






53 


Register of Births, half bound .\ 


Books of 1 qr.,5«. 




54 


Register of Deaths, ditto . . j 




55 


In-door Labour Book, half-bound 


each, 75. 6<?. 




56 


Out-door Labour Book, half-bd . 


„ 7*.6rf. 




67 


Visiting Committees' Book 


„ 8s, 




57 a 


Visitors' Book as to Lunatics in") 
the Workhouse (25 & 26 Vict. [ 








„ 6«. 






clll) . . . . .J 






57 b 


Paupers Complaint Book . 


„ 5s. 




57 c 


Notice for Workhouse Walls . 


per Quire, Bs, 






Ditto ditto on boards 


each, 9d, 



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1ft 



Poer IftW^Mftster of the Workhouse Books. 



No. in 
Order. 



Name and Description of Form. 



Price, 



58 
58 ct 
69 
60 

61 

62 



64 
64 « 
65 



67 
68 

68 a 
70 

7la 



72 

72 a 
73 

73 tt 
74 

74 a 
76 



FORMS toR MASTtR OF WORKHOUSE-coiKwifieJ. 



•Obaplain^ Report Book . 
Ditto, printed Heading '.. i 
P«u|perft' Service Book 
Leave of Absence BOok *. 
Book for entering Articles re-1 

quired in Workhooflo . ' </ 
Weekly Report Book df thcl 

Master of the WorkbooM ./ 
Book for keeping an Account of) 

the Bread baked in the Work- ^ 

honsb-^for 2 years * .J 
Porter's Book, 5 qrs., rouj^ calf 
Ditto, 2 quires, half-basil . 
Workhouse Puniahment BookA 

Form 0. . .. • . t 
Medical Relief Book for the! 

Workhouse, Foilns Q. & R. J 
Index to ditto 
Report & Journal of the Master"! 

of Workhouse, with Form A.J 
Ditto ditto, Form tT. . 
Book for Entry of Relief Tickets^ 

for Master of Workhouse . j 
Admission and Discharge ^qokl 

for Wayfarers, Wanderers, etc. [ 

iiBderthe Metropolitan House- i 

less Poor Act, 1864 . . ) 
Pauper Clothing Deposit Book . 
Sick Diet Register . 
Spirituous Liquor Clauses, 92 \ 

and 93 Poor Law Act . ,J 
Ditto ditto 
I'able of fiours of Rising « 
Ditto ditto 
Dietary Tables printedto pattern J 

according to the Authorised) 

Dietary of each Union . i 

Ditto ditto for Vagrants ^ 



each, 7e, 
n 8». 
», 8*. 
» 8«* 



„ 8#. 
Bookfor2yeart,13<. 

each, 6^. 

„ 8#. 
„ 2,.6d. 



II 



%8. 

„ 8*. 

II 7«. 
„ 7*. 

per Quire, 4*. 

Boards, each, ]«. 
per Quire, As, 
Boards, each, 9d. 



per Quire, A$. 
Boards, each, \s. 6d. 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



^oor Law— Relieving Officer's Books. 



15 



No. in 
Order. 



76 



7(5a 


77 


77 a 


78 


78* 


SCHED.D 


33 to 36 


78 d 


79 


80 


81 


81a 


816 


83 


83 


84 


86 


85 a 



l^slme and Des(}ription of Form. 



J'ORMS for master of "WOTiKaOVSE— continued. 

per Qtdre, 12«. 



R^gnlfttioas respecting Disor-I 
derly and Refractory PaupersJ 

Ditto # diHto . , * . 

Notice— Task of Work to bel 
. performed by Vagrants < . / 

Ditto . ditto ; -. . 

Workhotise Regi&ttlr'of Yagt'ants 

Certificate reqiured .'to be l)roi-\ 
duced by Vagrants . ./ 

V0SMB T6n ^HiB uu^ysairo OFFxcnss. 

See page 12.- ' . '■ ^ 

Bejiister Book of 'Cfettificatfe oTl 
Vagrants , . ' - ;' '.' . j 

Permanent Out -door HelieK 
Cards for one Quarter . ' /J 

Tickets for Relief, in sheets , , ^• 

Check Books for Out-Relief 



Out^Relief Ticket Books !> 

Form K.J 

Breild Contractor's Order Ticket! 
Book . . , . . ./ 

Ordera to resmfove Paupera 
Relieving Ofccer's Order to 
Master of Workhouse to 
admit Pauper conditionally , V 

Ditto on Undeitaker to attend 
Burial « . / 

Relieving Officer^s Order to em- 
ploy Pauper ''.''.' 

Relieving Officer's ApplicationN 
toliftve l^elief given to PaVipfirf 
to be charged to the Commoix \ 
Fund J with the Evidence and 
Grounds in supt)ort of it J 



Ditto 



ditto 



in books/ 



Boards, eiach, 2«. 6d. 
per Quire, 6s, 

Boards, each, U. 6di 
each, B^. 

per Qnir^, 3*. 



eaph, 8«. 
per Quire, 'S$. 



Book8ofl00,6aelk,l*. 
Boofc8<rf50,ea<ih^».6d. 

Books of 100, eachyU. 



|)€frQtiire(48),3*. 



1 Quire, each, 5^. 

2 „ „ is.ea. 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



16 


Z^L.^ = ! 

Poor Law-Relieving Officer's Books. 


No. in 
Order. 


Name and Description of Form. 


Price. 


1 

FORMS FOR THE RELIEVING Oh' nCK^-^cantmued. 


85 6 


Book for List of Paupers charged\ 
to Common Fund of Union . / 


each, 6s. 


86 


Order to pay Pauper employed i 

Order on Oontractot for Stone > 

of Flour . . . . ) 




87 


Books of 100, each, 1«. 






88 


Medical Relief Order CSaeekl 


100 Is 6d 




Bool^. Form V. , . .,/ 


1, AW, «o. v«t. 


89 


Notice, Time and Places wl»ere\ 
Relief is distributed' . .j 




90 


Relieving Officer's R^ter .1 
Ditto Diary • . . }• 
Ditto Visiting Book J 




91 


each, 6s. 


92 




• 92a 


Non-resident Poor Relief List . 


' „ «*• 


93 


Relieving Officer's Book for^ 






keeping the Weekly Account I 


H 6s. 




•of fhte Relief given to the f 






Non-settled Poor '. . .J 




93* 


. Weekly Statepnent of Out-doorl 
and In-door Paupers for each 
. Week of a Half-year . .J 






Books of 1 Quire, 6s. 






M 


Ditto, in Sheets . 


per Quiro, 2s. 


93 a 


Pocket Vembrandum Book of ^ 
Out-ilelief and Flour dis- ( 






each, 2s. 




tributed for Half-year . . [' 
VottoW lists ... J 




936 




93 c 


Statement of the Result of the J 






Revision of the Out-door Re- } 


per Quire, 2s. 




lief Lists . . . .) 




93 d 


Form for Relieving Officers, for' 
calculating the Number of 
In-door and Out-door Paupers 






in receipt of Relief each Week i 


each, 6s. 




of the Quarter, with Instruc- 






tions for filling up the same. 






In books for two years . 




SCHED.B. 


Tonmm ros tbs ci^Bna;. | 


11 to 19 


See pages 9, 10. 




94 


Check Book of Admissions to) 






the Workhouse . . . > 


Books of 100, Is. 


95 

= 


Ditto, Discharges froni ditto .) 





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Poor Law^Books for the Olerk to tbc Uxiion. 



17 



No. in 
Order. 



96 

96 a 
97 

97 a 
99 

100 
101 

102 

103 

♦104 



105 

106 
106 a 
107 



108 
109 
llO 



111 
112 

113 

112 a 
1126 

113a 
1136 



Name and Defioripticn of Form. 



Price. 



FORMS FOR THE CLERK— conHnued. 



One 



Letter Book , 
Ditto .' . 
Rough Minute Book 

Ditto . 
Orders for Contribution 
Instalment. Form M. 
Ditto. Three" Instalments 
Book for Registering Contribu- 
tion Orders . 
Guardians' Order for Payment of \ 
County Rates, 7 & 8 Vict. c. 33 / 
Ditto ditto 

Order on Treasurer to Pay, < 
graved 
Ditto ditto, large 
Book for Entering Orders 

Removal, with Index . 
Notices to Contract • 
Tender to Contract . 
Book for entering Notices of 
Motions by the Board 
Guardians . 
Skeleton Sheets for Minutes of] 

Board J 

Tradesman's Invoice Book fori 

one Quarter . . ./ 

Form of Comparative Statement,i 

showing Increase and Decrease [ 

in In- Maintenance and Out- f 

Relief J 

Annual Return of Lunatics 
Form A. — ^Weekly Return to"] 
the Poor Law Inspector, for > 
one, two, or tliree Work houses J 
Ditto, in Books for 1 year 
Ditto, in Books for 2 years 
Ditto. Condensed Form, 2 pp, 
Ditto, in Books for 1 year 
Ditto, in Books for 2 years 
Ditto, Mr. Famall's Form 

Ditto ditto 



en-1 

•; 

of) 
./ 

./ 
of^ 

7 



3 Quires, lOs. 

4 „ I2s, 6d. 

3 Quires, Is. 

4 „ Ss, 6d, 

Books of 100,3*. 

each, 8<. 

per Quire, Is. 6d, 
Books of 100, is. 

„ 100, 3«. 

„ 100, 4*. 
each, Ss. 
per Quire, 2*. 

each, 8«. 

per Quire, 3s. 
each, Is, 

per Quire, 2s. 
per Quire, is. 

2s. 

each; 7*. 

„ 8*. 
per Quire, 2s. 
each, 7«. 

„ Qs. 
per Quire, 2s. 
Books of 1 year, 7s. 
„ 2 years, 8*. 



• Plates for these Checks engraved to order, and printed on plain or tinted paper. 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



18 



Poor Law-rBooko and rorms for tho Clerk. 



No. in 
Order. 



114 



115 
116 

117 



118 

119 

120 

120 a 

VlOb 

121 

122 



123 

123* 

124 

125 

I25a 



Name and Description of Fcfrm. 



Price. 



FORMS FOR THE CLERK— €o«<»»«ed 
Foolscap Paper, with Heading 1 
for Correspondence with Poor : 
Law Board . . .j 



Ditto, with Copper-plate Head-1 
ing, to pattern (no' charge for n 
engraving plat6) . .J 

Post ditto ditto ditto . 

Note ditto ditto ditto . 

Book for ..Entry of Contracts . 

Book for Entiy of Loans to "I 
Panpers . . . , / 

Statement of Medical OflScer's"! 
and Schoolmaster's & School- > 
mistress's Salaries . .J 

Notice, Insane Person found . 

Ditto, Child found . . 

Blotting Oases^ quarto 

Ditto, foolscap . 

Ditto, demy . 

Pocket Ledgers, roan 

Minute Book, for entering the^ 
Particulars of Out -Relief, V 
granted to ahle-hodifed Paupers J 

Irremoveable Poor.— Form of 
Joint Statement of a Case to 
he submitted to the Decision 

■ of the Poor Law Board, under 
11 & 12 Vict. c. no, s. 4 . 

Form of Agreement submitting 
Case to Poor Law Board by 
Churchwardens aiid Overseers 
' 14 & 15 Vict. c. 105, s. 12 , ^ 

Union Clerk's Registry of Bas- \ 
tardy Orders, with Index .J 
-Ledger, with Index, rough calf,^ 
for keeping the Account of 
-Non -resident .and Non-settled ! 
Boor, with full Instructions j 
for filliog up the same . J 

Ditto ditto, half-basii, extra . 



per Quire, la. 6d, 

per Ream, Blue Laid 
or Bine Wove, 19*. 6<?. 

per Ream Bine laid 
or Cream Laid, ITsSd. 
per Ream, 10«.6i. 
each, 8«. 

„ 6s, 
per Quire, 3». 

per 100, 4«. 

„ 4s. 

each, 2*. 6d. 

„ 3s. 6d. 

„ 5s. 

„ 5s. 

n 8«, 



Settled by D. P. Fry, Esq. 

Barri8ter-at-Law, 
of the Poor Law Board. 

per Quire^ 3*, 



each, 7e. 

5 Quires> U. 11*. 6<l. 
3 Quires, }6s. 



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Poor Law— Betai±8 to Poor Law Board, etc. 



M 



No. in 
Order. 



126 

127 
128 

129 
130 



Name and Description of Form. 



Price. 



FORMS FOR THE ChEUK^continued, 
Clerk's Quarterly Statement 

of Non-resident Poor, with 

Instructions for filling up the 

same 

Ditto, of Non-settled Poor, with 

Instructions for filling up the 

same 

Notice to Guardians of Pauper 

chargeable, and requesting 

Authority to relievo . 
Guardians' Request to relieve 

their Non-resident Poor 
Clerk's Quarterly Bill, for trans- 
mission by post,, of Relief to 

Non-settled Poor . , . . 



per Quire, each, 2«. 



Preparatory rorxns for tbe Compllatioiir of Returnji to 
tbe Poor &aw Board; 

Drawn up by Mr. Frederick Purdil, the Principal of the • 
Statistical Department of the Poor Law Board. 

Books of I quire, 7«i6c7. 
131 Preparatory Form, for Annual] 

Poor Rate Return . .1 



131 a 



1316 



131c 



132 



133 



Auxiliary Form, for Returns of ] 
Paupers Ist July and 1st . 
January . . . . ' 

Subsidiary Form, for Weekly I 
Return of Paupers (Form B.) J 

Preliminary Form, for Retnrn 
of In-maiutenance and Out- 
door Relief, Michaelmas and 
Lady -day Half-year . 



10*. 
„ 3 „ 13*. 
per Quire, in Sheets, 4«. 



Clerk's Weekly Return of In-"| 
door and Ont-door Paupers | 
for each Week of the Quarter J 

Blank Forms to be filled up inl 
Cases of Application for Union ( 
or other Appointments. In f 
sheets .... .1 



Books of 1 Quire, 

78. 6<i.. 
Per Quire, in Sheets, 
4*. 



per Quire, 38. 
Books for 2 yrs.,. 8* 



per Quire (48), 3*. 



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so 



Poor Law^HoUceB of Neetiiir^Pazisli Proper^. 



No. in 
Order. 



Name and Deacription. of Form. 



Price. 



134 



135 

136 

137 

138 
139 

140 

141 

142 



FORMS FOR THE ChEKK-conHnmed, 

Form for calculating the Gontii* 
bntion to be paid by the Over- 
seers of anyPari^ towards the 
Common Fund of the Union, 
and other Cfaargea, foor the 
half-year ending 



bel 



per Quire, 3«. 

n qr.,5«. 
Books of V 2 qr.,7s. 

l3qr., 8».6tf. 



Folio, for one Iietter to Poor"^ ' 

Law Board, engraved . ./ 
Ditto, for several Letters to Poor "^^ ' 

Law Board ^igraved . . / . 
Folio for one Letter to Poor'^- 

Law Inspector, engraved .J; 
Extra large, plain (cartridge) . | 
Folio, for one Letter to Regis- 1 ! 

trar-General . . ,/ 

Folio, • for several Letters to! [ 

Registrar-General . ./ ' 
Note or Letter, plain, various') I 

sizes / j 

Folio, for foolscap, plain . . ' 



100, 4s,; 500, 17«. 6<f. 
100,55.; 500, 20«. 

100,4*.; 500, I7s.6d, 
100, 5«. 6dL; 500, 25«. 
4m. 



5s. 

l)d. 
Is. 
2s. 6d. 



per 100. 



143 
144 

145 
146 
146« 



ForuM 

147 
148 
149 

150 



Forms of xrotipes Tor asoottn§:» 

Requisition for a Meeting. F. 
Notice, change of Time, Place, 

etc., of Meeting. G. . 
Notice of Adjotimed ditto. H. 
Notice of Extraordinary ditto. I. 
Notice of Meeting to consider" 

Grant under Superannuation 

Act 

required under the Acts 5 & 6 W. iv. c. 69, and 5 & 6 Vict, 
c. 18, relative to the Sale of Parish Property. 
Request of Parish OflScers to 

the Guardians 
Request of the Guardians to 

Poor Law Board . 
Enquiries from Poor Law Board, 

with Blanks . . . i 
Declaration of Possessory Title J 



per Quire, each, ls,dd. 



per Quire, 2s. 



Single Forms, 
per doeen. Is. 

Double Forms, 
per dozen, U. 6(2. 



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Poor LavHShile of Paarisb Property-Bmigration. «1 


No. in 
Order.- 


Kame and Description of Form. 


Price. 


1 1 
FORMB RELATIVE TO ^ALE OF PARISH PROPERTY— 




o<ftUinu€d. 




151 


Order for Meeting; . ,, .' 


' 


152 


Notice of Meeting '. ' , 




153 


Resolution ,. . , .• 




154 


Certificate of Ministers, .etc. . 


1 


155 


Directions for Sale . 




156 


Order for'Sale . .'- . 


SIhgle Forms, 


157 ' 


Conditions of SAle , . 


! per dozen, Is. ; 


159 


Notice of Meeting to Consent, 
to Liquidation of Parish Debt 


Doable Forms, 




per dozen, U.6d* 


160 


Ditto, with Resolution of Parish 
Meeting . ' . . . 


t 


161 


Notice of Meeting (5 & 6 Vict. 
c. 18) 




162 


Ditto, with Resolution and Cer- 
tificate 




163 


Deed— Transfer of Parish Pro- . 
perty of Copyhold Tenury . y 

Ditto, Freehold and Leasehold J 


1 , • . ' 




each Sheet 6d. 


164 . 






Forms relative to Smir 


ration. 


\S5 : 


Notice 'of Meeting .. . ! , 


per dozen, it. 


166 


Notice of Meeting • 




-, 


167 


Resolution for raising 








Money . . : . 


. One 1 


2*. 


168 


Ditto, for borrowing . 


Sheet J 


II ^0. 


169 


Certificate to Poor Law 
Board . 






170 


Resolutron of the Guardians in "^ 
a Union, in regard to. Poor. 
Persons having SettUznAhta^ '■ 






with List of Emigrants* (12/ 


„ 2,. 




8c 13 Vict. c. 103,8.20) . 


170 a 


Ditto ditto Parish, under a Board 
of Guardians, with List of 






Emigrants . . . ./ 





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38 



No. in 
Order. 



Poor LawHBiai^ratiilnr'Appsnitices* 



Name and DescriptloD of Form. Price. 



170 « 



170c 



FORMS RELATIVE TO EMIGRATION-con<m«cd. 

Resolution of the .Guardians in \ 
regard to Irremovable Poor» 
with List of Emtgranta (9 & t 
10 Vict. c. 66) • ; . / P^' ^^^^^ ^ 

Letter to the Poor taw Board, | 
to accompany tlie'a^ove ' 



Forms relative to Apprentices. 

Settled l^ Damby P. Fry, £;sq., Bfirrister-ftt-Ijaw, Mi the Poor Law Board. 



173 
173 a 



1736 
173 c 

173 rf 
174 

175 

176 

177 
178 



Renter of Apprenticed • 

Register of Yon ng Person s taV en'\ 
or hired as Servants or Ap- ( 
prentices from Workhouses 
(s. 3), with lofdex 

Notice to other Parishes or"| 
Unions of the Removal off 
Young Persons (s. 5) .• .J 

Register of Notices of Servants 
and Apprentices received from 
other Unions oi^ Parishes (s. 5) 
with Index . 

Reports of Visits v?9^ io Ser-l 
vants and Apprentices (ss.^ 
4 & 5), with Index . J 

Indenture of Apprenticeship, in^ 
accordance with* the Geneiral ( 
Order for Regulating the [ 

* Binding of Apprentices J 
Ditto, ditto . . • 

Certificates and Proposals to be^ 
filled up, preparatory to hind- | 
ing, under tlie* New Appren- j 
tice Order . . . .J 

Sea Service Parish • Indentureji 
under 7 & 8 Vict, e, 1 12, ft. 32, i 
and 14 Vict. c. 93) s. 20 J 

Notice before binding Apprenticel 

Notice after binding Apprentice) 



!l 



eachy 8«. 



per Quire, (48), 3*. 



Booksof^gJ^-^;^ 



/ 1 qr., 5s. 
12 V, 6*. 



6d. 



Paper, each, 6A 
Parchment, each, 2*. 

per Quire, 3«. 

Parchment, 9d. 

per Quire, each, Is. 6d. 



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Poor La^-^VacotAfttiim Begitfter, Oertificates, ^c. 


23 


No. in 

Order. 


Name and Description of Form. 


Price. 




Vaccination Books and X'orms. 


g d 


179 


Summary of Returns for each Month for :*he^, 

(Quarter ending , reported by Vaccinators j 

and Registrars of Birtlis, etc., improved Form, 
shewing the Number Yaccinaitedy the success- 
ful Vaccinations, the Names of the Parishes 
in each District, and the Amount of Fees 
charged to eacli Parish, books of 2 quires, each 


1 

I 

10 

1 
! 


181 


New Form of Notification, large Placard forj 
Posting, prepared by Thos. Austin, Esq., of the j 
Poor Law Board . , . . per 100 ) 


6 


192 


Ditto, small ditto for Circulation . „ 


2 6 


183 


Contract for Vaccination (for Unions), per quire 


6 


183 o 


Ditto. for Parish not in Union . . „ 


6 


183 6 


Ditto for Townships . . ♦ „ 


8 


184 


Register of Cases of Vaccination, in Books of 2") 
quires ,each/ 


4 


185 


Monthly Return of Vaccination Cases . per quire 


2 6 


■ Ida 


Medical Certificate of Successful Vaccination,") 
Schedule A, s. 4, in Books of lUO leaves, each J 


1 6 


187 


Duplicate ditto, ditto, in. Books of 100 leaves, each 


? ^ 


; 188 


Quarterly Account of Vaccination Fees due to) 
Medical Officer . . . . per quire J 


1 
2 1 

1 


189 


Medical Certificate of Unfitness fot- Successfur 
Vaccination, Scheduje B, s. 5, in Books of 50 
leave's , eachj 


I 6 


19a 


Ditto of Insusceptibility to receive the Vaccine"] 
Disease, Schedule D, s. 7, in Books of 50 leaves, 

eachJ 


1 6 


190 a 


Statement tof Fees dup to the District Registrar for 1 

Vaccination for the Quarter ending , j 

per quire j 


I 6 


1906 


Notice of the RequireBotent of Vaccination, per 100 


6 



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24 



S^gist»ttioii--IXidez and Oertificftte^Soeks, ete. 



No. in 
Order. 



Namd aQd.De8erii>tio]i of Fotm. 



Price. 



Books and Forms roqaireA by tbe Sesistraaoii Officers. 



190c 

192; 

193 

193 a 
194 

194a 
195 

196 

197 

198 



Sttperuitendeut Registrar's Claim for Fees uponl 
£utries in thq certiiied Copies, for the Quarter | 
ending 25 fonusj 

B. — ^Acconntof Rettnms made to Registrar-General "j 
for the Quarter onding ■ ., half-sbeet foolscap, ^ 

per quirej 

0. — Return of District Registrar to Saperintendent"^ 
Registrar of the Number of Births and Deaths, > 
half-sheet foolscap • . . . per qnirej 

Ditto, lai:ge sia^ • . , . }>er quire 

D. — Return of Superintendent Registrar of every "t 
Licence granted bj him, half-sheet foolscap, } 

per quirej 
Ditto, in Books of 2 quires each 

K-^Accoimt of Expenses doe to the Wstrict"| 

Registrar for the Quarter ending , half-sheet > 

foolscap 25 formsj 

F. — Letters to Registrar-General to accorajMiny'l 

the Returns of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, > 

each, per quirej 

G*— Extra large Covers to Registrar-Qeneral:"] 

Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 26 in. by 20, > 

- • • each, pejr quirej 

Index Books to Registers of (800 " fj^aths 

^^^"^^> VMarri^ges ! 

The above may be had, with the Index cftt through, 
at an extra charge, of Is. for each ^Book. 



2 

2 

2 

4 

2 

8 

2 

I d 

8 6 

1 3 

1 3 

1 9 



The Index Books may also be had printed on fool^cap^ and bound in 
green forril extra, and lettered: — 



5,000 Entries. 10,000 Entries. 15,000 Entrfes. 20,000 Etatriea. 

s. d. s. d. s. d. ». d. 

. 16 . . 21 . . 25 

* 16 . . 21 . . 26 

. 25 . . — ■ . . — 



Births . 10 6 . 
Deaths . 10 6 . 
Marriages . 16 . 
*»* The above may be had, with an Alphabet cut tliroughout to order, 



at an extra charge of 4f. ^d» for each Book. 



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Register and. G«rtlftoftt« Biotics few Qhvatih»a, etc. 



No. in 
Order. 



Name and Bfsamption of Form. 



Price. 



B0OK8 AND FOKH8 REQUIRED BY REGISTRATION OFFICBRS-Ccm/tWWrf, 

5. ^ d. 

rBirths . 1 3 

Certificate Books of . . . < Deaths . 1 3 

(^Marriages . 1 3 

Envelopes addressed to Registi^r-Oeneral, for a^ 
sheet foolscap . . • . . . . per IQOj 
Ditto ditto, for several sheets . „ 



199 



200 



2Q0a 
201 

202 
203 



Instructional Letter, as to Payments for Regi8-'\ 
tratioa of Births, Deaths, etc. . . . eachj 

Book for Entry of Registration Office Disburse- 1 
ments, etc., foolscap . . . eachj 
Ditto ditto Fees 



Notice of Birth in the Workhouse^ 
Notice of Death in the Workhouse 



^T 100 



3 6 
3 6 



Register and Certificate Books for Chtjkches and Chafsls. 



Register of Baptisms 

Renter of Burials 

•■ 

Register of Banns |of 
Marriages. > 



8 bsi 

ir 



Forril. 

800 Entries 13^. 



IJBOO 
2400 
3^00 
4000 



193. 

25#. 
32*. 
39a. 



Call. 
'21». 

33*,.. 

40a. . 



Printed un Parclimealy 
b«ttiMi robifli calf, lettered y 



with clasps.. 

60». 

75«. 
100«. 
125*. 



each 



Certificate Book of Baptisms, 25 Certificates 

Ditto ditto ■ Burials, 25 „ . , • • . »» 

Ditto ditto ' Marriages, 25 », . . . „ 

Banns of 'Marriage Books, printed, on extra f 300 Entries 
thick laid demy 4to., bound in calf, and < 600 



lettered 



1000 



1 
1 
1 
7 

12 
18 



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No. in 

Order. 



Foot Lair^mtetlon of ChULtfcttMis. 



Name smd DeMription of Form. 



Price. 



Bleetton 



of Guardians under General Consolidated Order, 

Dated Jolt 24tu, 1847. 



204 

205 
206 

207 

»» 
208 

n 

209 

211 
212 
213 



'2H 
215 



216 
217 
218 
219 

220 



Owner's Statement. A. - • . per 100 
Appointment of Proxy. Bw . • . per 100 
Proxy's Statement. C. . . • per 100 

f 500 Entries 

1000 

Ret^istry of Owners and Proxies, in J j^^qq " 

B«>ok8. r> ]2000 " 

13000 „ 

Ditto, in slieets per quire 

Noticeof Election, slieet foolscap, large placard, A.^ 

per lOOj 
Ditto, filled np to pattern, with Name of Union, 

Parishes, Number of Guai*dians, etc. 
Ditto, half-sheet foolscap, small size, A. . per 100 
Ditto, filled vp pQ pattiarn, with Name of Union, 

FarisHes, Number of Guardians, etc. 
NominAtion Paper. B. . . . . per 100 
Voting Paper . C. • . . . per 100 
Notice tO'Giiardiahs Elected. D. . . per 100 
Return of Gnardians Elected, placard. E. jer iOO 

Ditto, filted^ up to pattern, \¥iih Names of Persons' 
proposed,. Residences, Quality -or Calling, etc.^ 

Poll Books for entering the Voting Papers, each 
CoUectorsof Voting Papers' Book , .each 
Bags for Collectors of Voting Papers 
Boxes ditto .ditto 

Book for entering Qualification of Voters . . each 
Notice of Objection by Owner.to Claimant, per 100 
Ditto, ditto, to Clerk . . . . per 1 00 
Notice of Objection by Rate-payers to Claimant"! 

per lOOj 
Ditto, ditto, to Clerk .... per 100 



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Poor JjSLW^TnwsvLnih^Xkdon Sehools. 



No. in 
Order. 



Name and Description -of Form. 



Price. 



Election of GuAju>iAifs ithder ..Gbksaal Consolidated 



221 
222 



19^ 
224 
225 
226 



226 a 

226 6 

226 c 

' 226<; 
236 

236 



2^8 
239 
240 
241 
242 



Notice to Owners and Rate-payers relative to^ 
Voting - per 25/ 

Union Clerk's Notice of Revision • *• per 25 

rosMS Ton tbs yksasitres.' 

Treasorer's Account Book • . • each 

• „ • Pass Book .... each 

„ Receipt . • • Books of 100 

„ Receipt for County Rates „ 100 

inrxoir scbooXi 9omarJELJ»B. 



School Admission and Discharge 
Books, with Index (Boys) 

Ditto ditto (Girls) . 



Sch6ol Attendance Book (Boys) 



r 1 q.uir-q each 
J 2 quires „ 
L3 quires „ 

'1 quire each 

2 quires „ 

3 quires „ 

"1 quire each 

2 quires ^ 

3 quires >, 

1 (juire each 
2. quires ,« 
^3qui*e» „ 

[ Weekly and*] 
year, by John ' 



4 
■I 
•{i 



Ditto ditto (Girls) . 

The Schoolmaster's Journal", and 
Quarterly Report Book, for one 
DftUeuger, Esq. . . • . 

The Schoolmistress's ditto, for ditto 



FQTmft relatlnir to menaieanoy. 

Circular to Rate- payers .' . . per 100 
Tickets for Relief .. .. * ,, . per 1 OQO 

Notice to Wayfarers , • . • ; per 100 
Examination Papers . • . . per quire 
Book for entry of Tickets received and isaned 



*. d. 

1 

1 



B 

3 6 

1 . 9 

1 



6 

7 6 
9 6 



9 '6 
5 



6 16 

8 6 

5 

6 6 
8 6 



10 6 

IP ::^ 

6 

8 

4 

2 ,0 

6 



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Poor lAW-Uqiea AaMMmeiU foms. 



LIST OF BOOKS AJ^D FORMS 

UNDER TUB 

UNION ASSESSMENT COMMITTEE ACT, 1862, 

. - (26 ac 28 Vi«R c. 103). 
SETTLED BY DANBY P. FRY, ESQ. 

BARRISTBR-AT-LAW. AND OF THE POOR LAW BOARD. 



1. Minute Book, 9 quires, saperfinre foolscap, bonnd in rough '• *'• 

ca^ and lettered "AMessmemt Committee," with the 
Name of Union 

Ditto, foolscap, S qiuree^ half-bonnd, lettered ditto . 

Ditto, superfine demy, 5 quires, rough calf, lettered ditto 

2. Valuatioo Lists, .in books of 1 qr. 7«. 6dL ; 2 qrs. 10b:; d qrs. 

Ditto , ditto in sheets, per quire .... 
Cloth Covers for Valuation Lists . . . each 

3. Notice of Ordinary Meeting of Assessment Committee, 

printed with tiie Name of Union, etc. per 250 

8 a. „ of A<youmed ditto ditto ditto . „ 250 

3 6. Appointment of AssesfsiontCoiaznitiee. Notification to 

Members (^Sect. 2) .... per quire 

4. Notice of Deposit of Valuation List . . per qiure 
4a. „ from Committee to Overseers to prepare Valuation 

Lists . . . • . . per quire 
6. „ of ObjeotioBS to Valuation List by Overseers, ditto 

5 a. „ Ditto . ditto by other Pereona^ ditto 
6. „ of Meeting to hear Objections . . . di^to 

6 a. „ Ditto ditto, to be published by Overseers, ditto 

7 a. „ convening Vestry Meeting (Sect. 32) .. .ditto 
7 h, „ to Overseers 6f other Parish (Sect. 3^) . ditto 
7 c. „ to the Guardians of the Union (Sect. 32) .ditto 

8. Union Summary of Valuation Lists, for Statement of Con- 

tributions to Common .Fund, . in book« of 1 qaire '60 

9. CaUing.for Returns, etc., as to Taxes, Rates, and Valium 

tious.(Sect. IS) per «juire <J 

10. .Requiring Attendance of Persons, with Rate Books^ etc. 

(Sect. 13) per quire 1 6 

11. Enlarging the Time for making the first Valuation Lists „ 1 6 

12. Directing Overseers to revise existing or to make New 

Valuation (Sect. 16) . . . . . .,,30 

13. Appointing Person to^ make or ^fevise YaluatJoft," und 

to make Valuation List, instead of Overseers • „ 2 

13 a. Appointing Person 'to Survey and Value Heredita- 
ments (Sedt. 20) . .• .• . . . .,,30 

14. -Directing New Yaluajiion, ^nd New or Supplemental 

Valuation List, to be made by Overseers (Sect. 26) „ 3 

15. Appointing Person to make New Valuation, and New or 

Supplementid Y«ltiatioD Lnfc, instead of Overseers „ S 



16 





8 





21 





12 





3 





1 





7 


6 


7 


6 


2 





. 1 


6 


2 





3 





3 





1 


6 


I 


6 


1 


6 


3 





3 






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Poor Law^-^Union Assessment Torms, etc. 



Union Assbssmbnt Committee Act Forms— continued. 
Other Formsy under Sect. 26. 

16. Contract for Valuation and List . . . per quire 

17. Application to Committee by Person aggrieved . . „ 

18. Application by Committee for Guardiana' Consent . „ 

19. Notice to every "Guardian of such Application . . „ 

20. Notification to Committee of (guardians' Consent . „ 

Other Forms, under Sect. 16. 

21. Application for (juardians' Consent to Appointment of 

Valuer ....;....„ 

22. Notice to every Guardian of such Application . . „ 

23. Notification to Committee of Guardians' Consent . „ 

24. Contract with Valuer . . ' . . . . „ 

Other Forms, under Sect. 20. 

25. Application for Guardians* Consent to Appointment of 

Surveyor and Valuer „ 

26. Notice to every Guardian „ 

27. Notification to Committee „ 

28. Contract with Surveyor and Valuer . , . . „ 

Proceedings for Penalties, under Sect, 40. 

29. Summons ,, 

30. Conviction (Distress — Imprisonment) . . . „ 

31. Ditto (Imprisonment — without Distress) . . „ 

32. Inspection Fees' Receipt Check Book, containing 50 checks 

33. Notice of Meeting for Exam, of Valuation Lists, s. 26 „ 

Under 27 & 28 Vict. c. 39. 

34. Appeal against Rate to Quarter Sessions. Notice by 

Appellant to Committee (Sect. 1) . . . „ 

34 a. Ditto ditto Special Sessions. Ditto „ 

36. Requisition to Overseers, to produce approved List to 

Committee (Sect. 1) „ 1 6 

36. Notice by Committee to Overseers of Amendment in 

approved List (Sect. 1) . . . . ' . „ 3 

37. Notification to Board of Guardians of intended Appeal 

(Sect. 2) Quarter Sessions .... 

37 a. Ditto ditto Special Sessions 

38. Notice to every Guardian of ditto Quarter Sessions 

38 a. Ditto ditto Special Sessions 

39. Notice of Deposit of Valuation for Inspection (Sect. 4) 

40. Notice by Committee to Railway and other Companies 

(Sect, 5) 

41. Notice of Vestry Meeting (Sect. 7) . . . 

42. Annual Return to Clerk of the Peace (Sect. 9) 

43. Map or Plan : — Application by Committee for Consent 

of Board of Guardians (Sect. 10) 

44. Notice to every Guardian (Sect. 10) ... 

46. Security for Loan (Sect. 8) 

Extracts from Property Tax Returns, for Copies from the 

Assessments 2 6 



s. 


d. 


6 





3 





3 





.3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





6 





8 





3 





8 





6 





I 


6 


1 


6 


I 


6 


1 


6 


1 


6 


1 


6 


1 


6 



2 





2 





2 





2 





1 


6 


1 


6 


1 


6 


3 





1 


6 


1 


6 


4 






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Poor Lav— Bonds and Contnwtt. 



No. in 
Order. 



Name aiid Pescnptiou of Form, 



,2 
3 

5 
6 

8 



10 
11 
1^ 
15 
16 
17 

IB 
19 



Price. 



Bdin>8 ASro COTtrtULCTB, 

Contract for Supfplying Provisions or Pro-^ 

viding Clothing for the Poor or Workhouse 
Contractor's Bond, Securities . • 
Contract for Building) Altering, or Enlarging 

Workhouse 

Workhouse Master's Bond 
Workhouse Matron's Bond • . • 
Workhouse Medical Officer's Contract 
District Medical Officer's Contract, at an 

Ann^HJ Salary • • • • . 
District Medical Officer's Contract, at a 

Salary calculated per head • 
Treasurer's Bond . • • • . 
Relieving Officer's Bond .... 
Collecting Officer's Bond .... 
Deed: Charge on Rates "tfnion to Parish" 
Bond for Assistant Overseers 
Bond for Asmsteat Overseer -and Collector, 

in one . . . . . 
Clerk's Bond .... 
Uiuon CoUector'B Bond . 



per Quire, 

or separately, 
id. each. 



:i 



each, 6d, 



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Parochial Assessxn.^nt— Faris)x. Notices, Depositories, etc. H 



Forms under tbe Paroobial ilssessment Act. 

No. in Order. 
243 



244 

245 
246 
247 
248 
249 



8. 


d. 





3 


7 


6 


10 





12 





6 





6 





6 





2 






3 



Circular to Cruardians on the Parochiar Assessment "I 
Aot eax;h/ 

Book for entering the Valuation of I 2 quires 
Messuages, Lands, etc. . . . j^g ^^^j^^g 

Contract for Survey, Plan and Valuation, per quire- 
Ditto, ditto, No. )3 . . . . per quire 
Ditto, ditto, for Valuation without Plan . per quire 
Memorandum, Contract for Survey, etc. per quire 
Circular relative to Kxpenees for Valuations, Maps, 1 
eto. ... . •; • . each J 

ITotices of Parish Meetiiiffs. 
To be affixed on or near the Church Doors; drawn up in conformity to 
the Act 1 Vict. c. 45, entitled "An Act to alter the Mode of 
giving Notices for the holding o£ Vestries," etc. 

1 . Notice for calling a Meeting to make a Rftte for the Relief of the 

■ Poor, in Books containing 50 each, 2«. 3<i, or 100 eaoh, is. 

2. Notice of Magistrates' Allowance of a Poor Rate at in the £, 

in Books conlaifting 50 each, 25, 3c?., or. 100 each, 48, 

3. Notice of Vestiy Meeting, in Books containing 50 each, 28, 3rf., or 

100 each, 4#. . " 

PAKOCHIAL Ori'ICES AlH) BEPOSITOBXES. 

Now ready ^, price 1«. the Set^ sent free on receipt 0/ 12 stamps, 
FoKMS OF PiiocEEDiNQS Under the new Act 24 & 25 Vict. c. 125, 
for providing Parochial Offices and Deposit6nes, drawn by Danby 
P. Fry, Esq., Barrister'-at-Law, and of the Poor Law Board, viz.— 

1. Form of Notice for convening Vestry Meetings, under section 1 

(Parochial Offices). 

2. Form of Application to the Poor Law Board, with Form of Reso- 

lution to be adopted by the Vestry, under sect. 1 (doubte form). 

3. Form of Notice for convening Vestry Meeting, Under section 2 

(Parochial Depositories) . 



THE VKION CONTRIBtrriON BOOK, 

Prepared by Mr. Fkederick Purdy, Principal of the Statistical 
Department of the Poor Law Board. 

The object of this work is to facilitate the labour of the Clerks 
to the Guardians in computing the amount of the Half-yearly Calls 
upon tlie Parishes, especially with reference to the apportionment of the 
" Common Charges," in accordance with the Irremovable Poor Aot of 
1861. The book contains a few instructions, with an example of the 
manner of Using the Forms. 



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M Siamp g B ras* and Hard Wood, etc. 



BSABS STAMPS AITS FXOVRSS 

FOR MARKING WORKHOUSE CLOTHING, LINEN, Etc. 
With Box and Pads, complete, price 25«. 

As approved by the* Poor Law Commissionebs, and recommended 

in Article 15, No. 13, of the Imstbvctiomal Lbtteb ox 

THE General Obdbb for Acoodnxs. ' 

Also for Borough and County Prisons, Lunatic Asylums, etc. etc. 

The Composition to be used with the above, ia Tin Boxes. 

Black) per box. Is. M.; Red, per box, 2#. 



Price 2U. 
STAHSPS Axn viauMMm 

FOR MARKING WORKHOUSE CLOTHING, LINEN, Etc. 

ARE ALSO FURBISHED IN HARD WOOD, TO BE USED 
WITH INDELIBLE INK. 

Box, including Stamps, Pads, etc. 21«. 

The Indelible Marking Ink is prepared with Nitrate of Silver; and 

Clothing, etc. marked with it is warranted to retain the 

impression till the Article is worn out. 

Smairbottles, at 2«. ; half-pints, 5s. %d. ; pints, 1 U,; quarts, 21a, 



MEMORANDUM RELATING TO THE 

WORKHOUSE PROVISION BOOKS, 

Forms (C.) 25 & 26; 27, 28 & 29. 

Messrs. Knight & Co. beg to announce that, with a view to the 
diminution of labour, they are prepared to have the several Articles 
required by the Dietary Table, printed In the above Forms, 
instead of being written, in all cases where it may be required, and 
could, in the course of a few days, have the Books got ready for any 
Union, on being furnished with pattern sheets, drawn out in accord- 
ance with the Dietary in use by the Union. 

Blank Forms for this purpose may be obtained, if required. 



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Public Health— Election rorma, Minute Book, etc. 3d 



II. 
LIST OF FORMS 

RBQUIRBD UNDER 

THE LOCAL GOVEENMENT ACT, 1858, 

AND 

THE PUBLIC HEALTH ACTS, 1648 & 1858. 
Settled by TOM TAYLOR, Esq. 

OF THE INNER TBMPLB, BARRISTER-AT-L\W, AND LATB SECRETARY TO 
THE OENBEAL BOARD OF HBALTH, 

PUBLISHED BY 

KNIGHT & COlVfPANY, 90, FLEET STREET. 



each 



Copyright Farms. 
ELECTION FORMS. 
. I. Appointmeut of Proxy by Company . per 100 

2. OwDer'sStatementof Qualification for Company, „ 

3. „ „ - for Individual Proprietor, „ 
3* Owner's Statement who is also Occupier . „ 

4. Alpliabetical Lists of Voters . . per quire 
6. Notice of Election (large Placard for posting), per 100 

6. Nomination Paper 

7. Voting Paper 

8. Ndtification to the Persons Elected 

9. List of Persons Elected 

10. Poll Book 

1 1. C/Ollector of Voting Papers Book 

1. Minute Book & Journal (Form A. in Bye Laws) „ 

2. Declaration of Members before acting . per quire 

Ditto, in books of one quire .... 

3. Notice of an Ordinary or Adjourned | 

Meeting of Local Board . ! ^^M^'T' 

4. Notice of an Extraordinary Meeting J ^^^'^ ^^ ^"^^'^^ 

5. Notice of Audit . . . „ 48 forms 

6. Letter Book .... each 
Ledger (Form B. in Byb Laws) . „ 

1 . Annual Return of Public Works, to accompany Reports 

of Local Boards to the Secretary of State for the 
Home Department • . . . per set 4 

Summary of ditto, for Return to the Secretary of State 
for the Home Department, under the 23 & 24 Vict, 
c. 61 . . . . per quire 4 

► 1 . Bond for Treasurer . , . eacli 6 

2. Bond for Collector . . . ,,006 
1 I. Receipt and Payment Book Form C. in Bye 

Laws) . . • . „ 16 

2. Treasurer's Pass Book , . . ,,046 

3. Ditto Check Book, Order to pay, books of 1 00 „ 4 



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The General District Rate Books are also 
kept in large 4to, size 13 inches by 15, 
ruled faint blue and red lines, half bd.,^ 
36 Hues on a page 

The Special District Rate Book, do. do. 



FORUS-contiiiued, RATES. £ s. d. 

F 1. Notice of intended Rate . per qaire, 48 forms 3 

2. Notice of Rate having been made, in books contain- 

ing 90, with counterpart . . each 2 6 

3. Notice to Occupier of Amended Rates, in Books con- 

taining 50, with counterpart . . each 2 6 

G 1. General Districts 700 Names super-royal 8 vo. 15 faint 
Rate Book I lines, books of 1 qr. each 

fl400 „ „ 2 „ 

2. Special ditto J 2100 „ „ 3 „ 
The General and Special District Rate"! ^ « 

Books are kept in sup. royal 4to., 27 haso^Names 

famt lines m page . . . j 

Ditto . ditto 2 quire, for 2500 „ 

Ditto . ditto 3 quire, for 3750 „ 

1 mc. for 
1650 Names 10 

2 qrs. for 
3400 Names 15 

3 qrs. for 
5000Name8 1 O 

3. Private Improvement Rate Book\ „ I quire, each 4 6 

4. Water Rate Book J „ 2 quire, each & 6 

5. Highway Rate Book • 1 quire, for 1250 Names 6 

Ditto . . . 2 quire, „ 2500 ,» 9 

Ditto . . . Squire, „ 3750 „ 12 

H 1, DemandNoteBook,GeneralorSpecial,'i books of 100 2 
2. Rate Receipt Book, General or Special J ditto 200 3 6 

I 1. Collecting and Deposit Book") Books of 1 quire, 5^., 

(Form F. in Bye Laws); 2 quires, 7». 6(i, 3 qrs. d 

2. Collector's Weekly Stat^nent, "i 

(Form G. in Bye Laws) [ in books of 2 qrs. & 

3. „ Unpaid Rates Statement, ['per qr., 48 forms 3 

(Form H. in Bye Laws) J 

4. Surveyor's Weekly Account, 1 ^ ^ ^ ^ 

(Form D. IN Bye Laws) fP^r q^v 24 forms 3 

5. Surveyor's Certificate, for Amount due to Coutratotors 

Works performed . . in books, each 6 

6. Inspector's Weekly Account— (Form E. in Bye- 

Laws), books of 2 quire 85., or per quire, 24 forms 

7. Inspector's Complaint Book, with Index . each 
K 1 . Contract and Bond for Supply ot Goods, per quire 

2. Ditto . ditto . Works „ 

L 1. Rei^ister of Lodging- Houses"! boc^s of 1 quire each 
Ditto . ditto ./ „ 2 „ „ 






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FORMS— continued. 



£ 8. d. 



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each 
'48 foi'ms. 



L 2. Notice to Register^ to be delivered to "| pgj. quire 
Keepers of Common Lodging- Houses \ , . .^ 

3. Application for Registry . J ^^^' ^^ ^^"^"'^ 

4. Report of Inspector ouGommcm Lodging- \ per quire, 

Houses . , . . / 24 forms 

5. Certificate of Registry 

6. Notice of Registration and of Certificate 

7. Room Ticket: Number of Lodgers . 

8. Notice of Fever, etc. in Common Lodging Houses 

9. Notice to reduce Number of Lodgers 
10. Weekly Return of Number of Lodgers . « 
10 (a). Complaint or Information 
10 (6). Summons to Defendant upon an Information or 

Complaint . • . . • 

10 (c). Conviction for a Penalty to be levied by Distress, 
and in default of sufficient Distress, Imprisonment 

10 (jd). Conviction ftw a Penalty, and in default -of Pay- 
ment, Imprisonment (there being no goods on 
which to levy a Distress) . , * 

10 («). Warmnt of Distress . » . . 

10 (/). Warrant of Commitment for want of Distress 

1 Ig). Notice to Lodging-Hoa«e Keeper to obtain a Supply 
of Water for his House (Sect. 6) 

1 (Ji), Certificate of Medical Officer of Parish, etc. for Re- 
moval of Sick Person from Lodging- House (§7) 

10 (i). List of destroyed infected Clothes, etc., and Certi- 
ficate of amount of Compensation to Owner of 
destroyed infected Clothes or Bedding (Sect. 7). 

10 (J), Order on Keeper of Lodging-House for Beggars 
and Vagrants to report Inmates (Sect. 8) 

10 (i). Schedule to be filled up by Keeper in pursuance 
of such Order (Sect. 8) 

10 (t). Certificate as to existence of Nuisance in or about 
Common Lodging-House (Sect. 9) 

10 (m). Licence by Local Authority to convicted Lodging- 

House Keeper (Sect. 12). . . .^ 

1 1 Register of Slaughter-Houses, books of 1 quire 

Ditto . ditto . . 2 „ 

12. Notice of Non-Registration . . . ."j 

13. Ditto ditto (newly established Slaughter-House) 3«. per qr. 

14. Certificate of Registration . . . . J^ each 

16. Notice to Occupier to Repair 

17. Notice to cleanse Slaughter-House . 
M 1. Mortgage of Rates .. . parchment, each 

3. Register of Mortgages and Transfers, bound in vellum 

4. Mortgage Ledger, and Register of Mortgages and 

Transfers, constructed by W. Rees, Esq. green veil. 



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Public Health— Certificates, Notices, and Orftexs. 



2(d). 



\ FORMS— con/iwMerf. 
I X 1 . Notice of Accumulation of Manure by Inspector' 

j of Nuisances (Sect. 59) . • • 

!; 1 (o). Notice to abate Nuisance of orerflowing Water- 
closet, Privy, or Cesspool (Sect 59) . • 
I I [b). Notice as to Nuisance arising from Snow, Filth. 
■ etc. under Bye Laws (Art. 3) . 

2 (a). Certificate of Filthy House by the Officer of Health 

or two Medical Practitioners (Sect. 60) 
2 (6). Certificate ofunwholesome House, bydo. (Sect. 60) 
2 (c). Notice of the Local Board on Medical Certificate 
Certificate that House is fit for Habitation, under 
Bye Laws 26, in books of 100 forms, with Coun- 
terpart . . . . • 
Notice of intended Sewer through Private Land," 

(Sect. 45) . . . - . 

Notice to construct Drain (Sect 49) 
4 (a). Surveyor's Report on Notice to construcfr Drain . 
4 (6). Surveyor's Report on defective Waterclosets, etc. 
5. Notice to provide a Watercloset (Sect 61) 
5(a). Ditto ditto in a Factory (Sect 52) . 

6 (a). Application as to offensive Drain or Privy (Sect 54) 
6 (6). Notice of Surveyor's Entry of Premises to inspect 
6 (c). Authority to Surveyor to inspect Premises where 
there is an offensivo Drain or Privy (Sect 54) . 
Notice to the Owner or Occupier where there is 
an offensive Drain or Privy, etc., after Report 
of Surveyor (Sect. 54) . . . 

Notice to cleanse Ditches (Sect. 58) 
Notice to remove Manure, Dung, Soil, Filth, or 
other offensive or noxious Matter (Sect. 69) 
8 (a). Notice to remove Pigstye (Sect. 59) 



as. per CLr. 
) each 
48 forms. 



4. 



6(«^). 



7. 
8. 



3«.perqr. 
) each 

Notice to remove Waste or Stagnant Water (s. 59) [48 forms. 

Notice of the Local Board in case of the occn- i 
patiou of Vault, Cellar, or any underground 
Room whatever, first let or occupied subsequent 
to the passing of the Act (Sect 67) 
9 (a). Notice of ditto ditto, after the expiration of six 
months from the date of the Application of the 
Act to the District (Sect. 67) .... 

Notice of Local Board on Owners or Occupiers 
of Premises fronting, joining, or abutting on" 
Streets not being Highways, and not sewered, 
levelled, paved, flagged, and channelled, to the 
satisfaction of Local Board. Schedule 24 & 26 
Vict c. 61 \ 

Order of Local Board declaring Expenses to be 
Private Improvement (Sect, 69) 



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FORMS— conftHued. 

Nil. Kotice of Local Board declaring Street Highway-v 
(Sect. 70) .... . 

12. Notice to Owners to raise, sink, or alter the situa- 
tion of Water or Gas Pipes, etc. (Sect. 71) 

1 4. Notice to be given by Local Board of Health before 

laying down Water Works, to any Water Works, 
Company established for supplying Water witliin 
tb« limits of the District (Sect. 75) 

15. Surveyor's Report where Water may be supplied 

at a rate not exceeding Twopence a Week (s. 76), 

15 (a). Notice of Local Board to Owner when Water 

can be supplied at Twopence a Week (Sect. 76) 

16. Notice of Fouling, etc.. Water belonging to or 

under control of Local Board (Sect. 80) 

1 6 (a). Ditto Waterworks belonging to Local Board from 

Gas Washings, etc. (Sect. 80 ) . 
16 (6). Notice to Gas Proprietors, etc., in the event of Water 

supplied by or under control of Local Board being 

fouled in any manner by Gas (Sect, 80) 
16 (c). Notice of Local Board's intention to examine Gas 

Pipes to ascertain if Water is fouled by Gas, 

(Sect. 80) . . 

18. Notice offering Composition for Rates (Sect. 95)1 

(double form, 24 to the quire) j 

19. Information or Couaplaint 

19 (a). Summons . . . • • 

19 (6). Warrant of Commitment for want of Distress 
19 (c). Warrant of Distress upon Conviction for a Penalty 
19 (c£). Conviction for a Penalty to be levied by Distress, 

and in default of Digress, Imprisonment 
19 (c). Conviction for a Penalty, and in default of Pay- 
ment, Imprisonment (there being no Goods on 
wbioh to levy IHstress) 
1 . Complaint of Non-payment of Rate (Sect. 103) . 

2. Summons for Non-payment of the Rate (Sect. 103) 

3. Distress Warrant for Non-payment of Rates 

P Conviction (Schedule E.) . . . 

Q Order of Justices to permit execution of Works 

by Owner (Schedule F.) . . . 

R Information or Complaint (Sect. 54) 

S 1. Consent of Local Board to communicate Sewer or 

Drain with Sewer of Local Board (Sect. 47 ) . 

2. Consent of Local Board to allow Vault, Arch, or 

Cellar, to be built under Carriage-way of Street 

3. Consent of Local Board to build over line of Sewer 



3«. perqr. 
I each 
'48 forms. 



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38 



Porms under Loeal Crovenuneut Act, 1898. 



>3<. per qr. 



FOBMS required under the LOCAL GOVEBNMENT ACT, 1858. 

Forms in relation to thb Adoption of the Act. 
T 1. Requisition to Summoning Officer for a Meeting to j « 

consider Adoption of Act . . • -. ^J^^-perqr. 

2. Notice of Meeting in pursuance of such Requisition . ( ^o®?^ 

3. Form of Notice for Poll J ^^ *°"°s- 

3* Owner's Claim to Vote as to the Adoption of Act , . 4s. per 100 
3o. Voting Paper. Form A, Beet. 13 . . . . 6«. „ 

4. Form of Petition to Secretary of State for Settlement^ 

5. Notice of Adoption of Act 

Forms required in Execution op Acts. 
U 1. Summons of Local Authority of adjoining Place where 
Pitches are foul and offensive .... 

2. Order of Justices thereon 

4. Prescription of Time for Rebuilding a House pulled 
down and Tender of Compensation for Damage . 

6. Notice of Apportionment of Private Improvement 
Expenses 

Forms in relation to Purchase op Lands. 
Notice to Owners, Lessees, and Occupiers . 
2. Form of Petition to Secretary of State for Power to 

take Land 

Forms in relation to Provisional Orders. 

Forvi» of Petiti&n to Secretary of Stafo, 
Wl. For incorporation of Place with District . 

2. For separation of Part from District 

For repeal of Local Acts, etc 

For enlargement of Borrowing Powers • 

Forms under Tqum^ Police Clause* Acta, 
Notice of Sale of Stray Cattle ..... 
Autliority to Superintendent Constable to enter Places 
of publie resoi-t • 

3. Licences for Hackney Carriages . • . . 

4. Requisition for same ^ 

5. Book of Hackney Carriage Licences 1 quire, half^bound, 8s. 

5 a. Register Book of Driver's Licences 1 quire, „ 8*. 

6. Licence of Driver of Hackney Carriage . . ."(3«.perqr. 

6 a. Duplicate of ditto /48 forms. 

Forms under Towns Improvement Clauses Acts. 
Yl. Notice to number Houses .... 

2, Notice to remove Projections • . • . 

3. Notice to put up Water-spout .... 
4 Notice of ruinous Buildings '. . . . 

5. Notice of intention to take the Site of Buildings • ' ^o ^ 

6. Notice to remove Hoarding i4«torm8.^ 

7. Licence for Slaughter-house . . . . . | 

8. Notice to remedy or discontinue use of Fireplace or j 

Furnace not consuming Smoke . . . .J 



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Books and Porms under Bighway Acts, 1862, 1864. 89 



LIST OF BOOKS AND FORMS 

REQUIRED UI!DER 

' THE HIGHWAY ACTS, 

(25 & 26 Vict. c. 61, and 27 & 28 Vict. c. 101. 

Settled by WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM GLEN, Esq., 
Barrister-at-Law. 



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£ &. d. 

1. Precept to Overaeerefor Payment of Money to Treasurer, 

S.33, 27&28 Vice. 101, book8of50forms,in duplicate 4 
1 c. Precept to Waywardens for Pa3nnent of Money to Trea- 
surer, on account of Highway Board, e. 33, 27 & 28 
Vict. c. lOl . . . , . ditto 4 

2. Appointment of Officers t)y Highway Board, s. 12 quire 2 

3. Treasurer's Bond of Security, s. 12 . . each 6 

4. Surveyor's ditto 

5. Clerk's ditto 
5 a. Collectors* ditto , ♦ 

6. Contract for Works 

7. Ditto for Supplies . , 

8. Order of Highway Board on their Treasurer for Payment 

of Money {blank form) . . . .040 

Also engriwed to order; drawings sent on fvpplieation. 

9. Minute Book. Superfine, 5 qaires, rough calf, lettered, 

with printed Heading, and Index . . . 1 5 '0 

9 a. Ditto. Demy, ruled faint amd margin, bound rough calf 1 1 

10. Tiongh Minute Book. 3 quires foolscap half-bound 8 

1 1 . Highway Board General Ledger. Demy, superfine, 5 qrs. 

rough calf, lettered, with Index , . .15 

12. Ditto Parish Ledger. Super-royal, 6 quires, rough calf, 

lettered, and Index, with printed Heading . .300 

12 a. Ditto Ledger. Demy. To range with the other Books, 
on a plan similar to the Parochial Ledger, under the 
Poor Law Unions Order for Account . . .15 

13. District Surveyor's Receipt and Payment Book, Squires, 

rough calf 110 

1 4. Ditto Ledger , . 5 quires, rough calf 15 

15. Ditto Monthly Balance Sheet . . . per quire 4 

16. Ditto Register of Highways repaired, 2 qrs., hf.-bound 10 6 
\ 7. Ditto Monthly Report of Repairs doae, and State of 

Higliways . - . per quire 4 

18. Ditto Road Material Receipt and Consumption Ac- 

' count . . 2 qrs., hf.-bound 10 6 

19. Ditto Inventory Book of Tools and Implements, ditto O 10 6 

20. Ditto Register of Labourers and others employed by 

District Survevor . . . ditto 10 6 



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HIGHWAY BOOKS AND FORUS-contmued. £ s. d. 

21. Quarterly Account of Expenses of keeping Highways in 

Repair, to be transmitted to Overseers, s. 30, per quire 2 
21a. Book for. entering the Farticnlars of the Quarterly 

Statements of Expenses, sent to Overseers . each 6 
21 b. Notice of Audit Account . . . per quire 16 

GenehaLt Statements of the Receipts and Expenditure of 
the Highways of each Piu'ish, for the Year ending 
25th March, as Audited, printed according to the Form 
issued by the Secretary of State for the Home Depart- 
ment, ss 25, 27 & 29. Specimens sent on Application. 
The above Books and Forms will be found to work in harmony, and 
they constitute a complete system of Highvmy Accounts, showing at 
any moment the Receipts and Es^penditure of the Highway Board 
under the setferal classified headings, 

22. Letter Book. Demy, 3 quires, half-boimd, with Index . 

23. Letter Copying Books for Copying Presses, fcap, 500 leaves 

24. Ditto ditto ditto 1000 ditto 

25. Ditto ditto ditto 4to. post, 600 ditto 

26. Ditto ditto ditto 1000 ditto 

27. Agenda Book, for Chairman and Clerk of Board . 

28. Notace of Meeting of Highway Board, printed with Name 

of Board, etc. .... per 250, 

29. Requisition for holding Extraordinary Meeting, per quire 

30. Notice of Extraordinary Meeting . . ditto 

3 1 . Highway Rate Book, s. 33, 27 & 28 Vict. c. 10 1 . I quire, 

4^.; 2 quires, 6^. ; 3 quires, Is. 6J., half- bound. 

32. Application to Chairman for Summons to Overseers for 

Non-payment of Contribution Order, a. 24 per quire 

33. Summons for ditto, s. 24 . . . ditto 

34. Order of Justices for Payment by Overseers of Contribu- 

tion to be levied by Distress or Imprisonment, ditto 

35. Warrant of Distress . . . • . ditto 

36. Commitment in default of Distress . . ditto 

52. Order of Justices directing Highway Board to appear at 

Adjourned Petty Sessions, s. 18. . per quire 2 

53. Justices Order for Highway Boaxd to repair Highway, 

within time limited, s. 18 • . . • . ditto 2 

56. Highways repairable rationcs tenures. 1. Application to 

Justices for Summons, s. 34 and 27 & 28 Vict. c. 101, 

s. 23 . . . . • per quire 16 

57. Ditto. 2. Summons ditto ditto 16 

58. Ditto. 3. Orderof Justices to view and report, s. 34 ditto 2 
r>8 a. Order of Justices ^o appear at adjourned Petty Sessions 2 
58 h. Order of Justices to repair within time limited ditto 2 

76. Notice from Surveyor to remove Nuisance, s. 73, ditto 16 

77. Information for Neglect . . . ditto 16 

78. Summons ..... ditto 020 



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HIGHWAY BOOKS AND FORMS ^continued, £ 3. d. 

79. Order ...... per quire 020 

85, luforraation against Highway Board for Non-repair of 

Highway, s. 18 . . . . ditto 16 

86. Sumuions, s. 18 . * . . ditto 2 6 
87 & 88. Justices' Appointment of Persons to view Highway, 

and report, or Order for' themselves to view, s. 18, ditto 2 
96. Consent of Occupier and Owner to MateriaJs, for Repair 

of Highways, being taken out of enclosed Lands .016 
96 a. Notice to Owner of enclosed or other Land, of Applica- 
tion of Highway Board for Justices' Licence to get Stones 
for Repair of Highway. 5 & 6 Wni. iv. c. 50, s. 53 1 6 
96 h. Licence of Justices to Highway Board to get Materials 

in another Parish. lb. s. 51 . . . .016 

104. Application for Summons to show cause why Hedges 

are not Cut. lb. s. 65 . . . ditto 16 

105. Summons thereon. Ih. . . . ditto 16 

106. Order thereon. lb. . . . . ditto 2 

109. Information against Owner refusing Consent to Stones 

being gathered on his Land for Repair of Highways .016 

110. Summons thei:eon. lb. . . . .020 

111. Justices' Licence to gather Stones on enclosed Lands. lb. 2 

(4 & 5 Vict. c. 59, and 26 & 27 Vict. c. 94.) 

113. Notice of Officer of Turnpike Trusts to Highway Board, 

of intended Application to Justices for Contribution to ^ 
Repair Turnpike Road, s. 1 . . per quire 16 

114. Infonnation exhibited to Justices that Funds of Turnpike 

Trusts are insufficient for Repair of Turnpike Road, 2 

115. Order of Justices for Highway Board to pay Money 

towards Repair of Turnpike Roads, s. I . ditto 3 

130. Notice of Highway Board to Owner to out Trees, ditto 16 

131. Information against Owner for not cutting Trees, ditto 16 

132. Suinmons, 8. 11 .... ditto 1 6 

133. Convictiop, s. 11 . . . . ditto 2 

134. Certificate of Election of Waywarden by Vestry, s. 19 1 6 

135. Certificate of Election of Waywarden by Justices, s. 19 1 6 
135«. Information of neglect or refusal, etc. to elect Way warden 16 

136. Licence of Justices to Waywarden to Contract for 

supply of Materials, s. 20 . . . .016 

137. Application of Clerk to Highway Board to Justices for 

grant of such Licence, 20 , . . ,016 

1 46 o. Information as to Cattle straying on Highway, s. 25 16 
146 6. Summons ditto ditto 16 

146 c. 1. Conviction ditto ditto 2 

146 c. 2. Distress Warrant . . . . .030 

(Under 27 & 28 Vict. c. 101). 

138. Order of Highway Board to District Surveyor to apply 

to Justices to stop^up unnecessary Highway, s. 21 .0 1 6 



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HIGHWAY BOOKS AND FORMS-^ontinued. 



£ «. d. 



Summons to Waywarden, 25 & 26 Vict. c. 61, s. 35, ditto 
Summons to Surveyor ditto ditto 

Summons to Party liable to Repair, ditto ditto 

Order of Justices thereon ditto ditto 

Commitment in default of Distress 
Application of Chairman for Summons to Overseers for 

Non-payment of Money on behalf of part of High- 
way Parish . 
Summons for Non-payment of ditto 
Order of Justices thereon 
Warrant of Distress 
Commitment in default of Distress 
Application of Chairman for Summons to Waywarden 

for Non-payment of Coutribntion Order on behalf of 

Highway Parish 
Summons for Non-payment of ditto 
Order of Justices for ditto 
Warrant of Distress 
Commitment in default of Distress 
Order of Justices to Highway Board to pay Expenses of 

Repairing Roads 
Statement of Accounts for transmission to Secretary of 

State, 8. 27 . 
Order of Quarter Sessions for holding Highway Board, 8.40 
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LIST OF FORMS UNDER THE 

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THE 

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Z. ♦Order of Justices thereon. Sec. 29. 
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Half-bound in Vellum,- BhiSlf or Rough CaK) at'a>redaetionrof 
15 -pel* c<int froni the above prices: 
*^* Acoount Books ruled or printed to any pattern to order, an<d bound 
in Basil, Forril, Rough Calf, Russia, or Vellum Bindinp, in Foolscap, 
Demy^ Medium, Royal, Super-Royal, or Imperial LaM' Papers^ by 
tlie best Makers, and lettered, paged, or foiioed,' with clasps or Irass 
oorneiB, open spring baeks, eta e(e. ■ 

Bijorrffiti' cAsts. 

Be«t Black Roan. Best Morocco. 

Quarter Pk)8t . . , 3*. 8*. ed:^ 

Foolscap .... 4*. 10*. 6d.' 

Demy or PbstToiio . . 6*. 16*. Sd. 

CAItDSi 
Plain white or coloti^fed, exiaikiened;' emhbssed, eidH 

Card Bo^d, of any size. 
Card Platte; Name and Aidress engrated taord^r: 

CASH BOXES. 
- From 5*r6<i?;, 7*. GcT., 10*.', a^ upwai^ds: 

COPVINC MACHIME6. 

Quarto, PVjqlscap, Demy* folio;- with or without 'Mahogany Stand. 

C^Y BOOKS) 

Quarto Foolscap, all Hands ^ . . per do2en 3*. 
Ditto superfine . . „ 4«. 

Quarto Post, all Hands ... „ 4s. 

Ditto superfine . . . „ 5*. 

Cyphering Books, QuartC Bodscap . ,, 4*. 

*A* The Copy Books may also be had with thd Large, Text. Round, 
and Small Hands, in separate Books, at the- same prices. The 
Cyphering Books may be had of any size. 



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ARTICLES OF STATIONERY, KTC-^cotUintied. 

S'^AN'^Cofi/Bo<&dy with prints Headings. 
Fdilstati, 3«; 6(^.\ Pds^ 4k; liafge Post, 4*. 6d. per doi€ri! 

l^LzoH'i Copy hooks] ^isi printe<l ftfeadifagsC 
3«f.'€fei6h, or STs.'dd: per doz'^: 



1 Ei^cisefiln right-lined letterdT 
6 Citrvfed atid crotched letti^s. 
3 Eidfclses in looped letters. 
¥ Lilrge hii'bd,'ca|)ital8', aiid half 
testt! 



5-' Capitals) large, half text, and 

small h&nds. 
6? Large, half text, & small hands. 
f Half text'aiia'Sliti&nKfchd^ 
8^ SniiiU haifd.- 



j No/ ^ For Ei^rfeiidarin'Cdiijiositidn aid J^ictfttfoif. ' 

i GrtkWjBriBrfaT Copy* Boc^iB; for PlaW; Cdh^.t' tikndl and Orndiiierital, 
xli*fifWcfh prepared Copy Books*.— Qd, ea6h, dr 5«. 6d, p€x' dd£ 

^» F. F<iSTER*S Pencilled Copy Boolts. 

rfi lifds. Qtiind Post^ Srfreac'h, or 5«. Grf. per ddierii 

EldflfK^n'taiy Copy' Books. 

18 Nos: i^uaftd Fdolsdap'; 4d! dacli, or 3** 9d, pter dozen.- 

Natkbal ^y l^ddl^:-- 1# ^% 2d. eadi. 

J^arodhiil ScJidol Cdj/j^ ^doTcst— l^i*; 6rf. per 100. 

j Mi^HADSBR'fif'Copy BcWks; 

icaWels^-haif BrU8h^,,Copy Slips, (idpyin^ Prelsfees, Cases (Mahdgftifiy 
ti'lioTd Paper' aiid' Envelopes: 



1^0. U 
2: 
3: 
4l 



DEkiP ^d)ti^ (TIN;. 
iSinVWng,- 9"iil. wide,- 7in. deejy 
ISf' „• lb' „ 74 „' / 



13«. 
16*. 
20j;. 
22«. ^d. 
27«. ^d. 



13 „ lb 

51 2<)' „ 14 „ 12 

Deed Boxes iril<ff4'of any sizfe t6 ordet: 

Letts* and other Diarie!s;* froiA 64/.', 9rf., 1*. 6rf., 8«., 5*., 5*. 6<i, 
and upvrards. 

Desk Seals, in Brass or Steel ; Dampers for Postage Stamps or Wafers 
from 2s. Cd. each; Date Cases; Drawing Books. 



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ARTICLES OF STATIONERY, ETC.— continued, 

ENVElidPBS. 
No. 4. for Note Papeb, sise 4}m. by 2}m. — «. d. 

Cream Laid . . .per luO, Oil .per 1000, 8 
Superior ditto . . . „ 1 . „ 9 \) 

Blue Lai4 . . „ . II . „ 8 

Yellow Wove . . , „ 9.,, 70 

No. 6. for Letter Paper, size ^^m. by 3jin. — 

Cream Laid . . . per JpO, 1 . per 1000, 9 3 
Superior ditto . • »i 1 1 • n 10 6 

Blue Laid . . . „ 1 . „ 9 3 

Yellow Wove . . . „ U . „ 8 

No. ft. for Foolscap Paper, size 8|in. by 8|in. — 

Blue Laid . . . per 100, 2 6 . per 1000, 24 

Yellow Wov<5 . . . „ 2 2.,, 20 

Envelope Paper (Blue Laid) . . 10*. Bd. per Ream. 
Any of the Above Envelopes stamped witli Unidn, Board of Health, 
Burial Board, or other Dies, at the followiug Prices: — 
In Colours (Cameo) . per 1000, 3 . per 500 (or lees), 2 
Plain . . . ,, 16.,, „ 10 

INDIA RUBBER. 
Bottle, 5«. and 6«. per lb. — Patent, 5s. per lb.— Squares, Sd. and 6<^. each. 

PATENT INDlA-RUBBER ELASTIC BANDS. 

Ex. strong, No. 5f , 1 in. dia. 9d, doz I Ex. strong, No. 6.5, 2 in. dia. 2s, doz. 
No. 44,4 M 10(i. „ I „ No.66,3in. „ 4s. „ 

And in boxes at Is. 6d.j 2s., 2s. Sd., 3s. 6d., 4i^6d., 6«.,and upwards. 

INK. 
Mprrell's and Walkden's Registrar's, etc. Ink. — Quarts, 2s. ; pints, 1*. ; 
half- pints, 8^.; small bottles, 6d. 
„ Copying Ink. — Quarts, 3s.; pints. Is. 6rf.; 

half-pints, Is.-, small bottles, 6d 
„ Red Ink.rr Quarts, 2s, Sd ; pints, I s. 6d. ; half- 

pints, Is.: small bottles, 6</. 
Stephens's Blue or Blue-black FIuiiis.-^Pints, 2a.; quarts, 3s. 
Marking Ink (indelible), without preparation, 2*. per bottle. 
Ditto Composition, in boxes (black Is. 6<^., red 2s.), for Brasi Stamps. 
INKSTANDS. 

Withoiijt Cifp , Without Cap, With Cap 
or' Plate. but with Plate. and Plate. 
Loggerhead Inks, Spall . . Is. &(l. 3s. 6d. 4s. S<L 

„ Middle . 2s. 4s. 5.t. 

' „ Large . . 3s. 5s. 5s. 6d. 

Glass Cone Inks, Is. Qd., Is. 6e2., Is. 9dL, and 2s. each. 
Square Ghiss Inks for Desks, ftcf., 9rf., Is., l.t. $d.. Is. 6rf., to 5s. each. 
Ebony Inkstands, fitted with Glasses for red and black ink, 5s., 7s. 6</., 
10s., 12s. 6d, 15s., 21s., 30s. each. 



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ARTICLES OF STATIONERY, -ETC.—eofUmuedi 

SCHOOt^RobM WARS, 

Mounted on Rollers, 5 ft. 2 in. in lerigt|i, by 4 ft, 5 in. broad. 

Coloured plain," 14«. ;' Coloured and Vfirnished, 1 6«. Bd, 

England, . ' , Europe, , , Africa. 

Scotland, Palestine, . North America, 

Ireland, Asia, South America. 

Also, price, Coloured plain, 2I«.; Coloured and varnished, 23*. 

Tiis HsMisPHBRBB, incl.odipg Astronomical Diagcams. 

Globes Celestial and Terrestrial. 

12 inch, tiie pair . Jti 10<* | . 19 inch, the pair . . i5. 

In Case^ complete, from 75^ 6d, 10«. 6</., 15*., 2 is. to M 4jI. 

MANIFOLD WRITERS. 

LdVge Quarto, half-bonrid, 12^. 6</. | Foolscap folio, hdlf-bdund, iSif. 

Copying Books for Machines (500 leaves), Post 4to. 7»., Foolscap 8.t. 

Dit£b Aittb (lOOOleaves), „ 10*. 6rf. „ 12*. 

Manifold Pens, Styl^^atfdiCsrixi^nic Paper supplied. 

wifiMORANbuM books; 

* Ruled faint only, with Cash columns, ot plain. 
Foolscap 8vo , marble covers, 1*., 2if., and ^*. per dozen. , 

„ leather „ 5*: 6d, 8*. 6d, 10*. 6d per dozen. 

Post 8vo., strongly boand in leather,- marbled edges| 1*., 1*. 6rf., 2*., 
2*. 6d. each, and upwards. 

f>ENCILS. 
No. 1 For School use . , . .9*. per gross 6<7. per dozen. 

2 „ superior . . 7*. „ Sd,' • „ 

3 Extra ditto, for Offiee use , '■ / . « 2*. 6(£ „ 

4 Best Drawiqjc « < < . .- ... 4*. Qd, „ 
Lund's Ever-pointed Pencil, ii> Ito^^ Hdrd Wood, and Cedar: — 

In Cedar, $rf., 1*., arid i*. 6d. eadh; in Hard ^ood, $/t, efwh; in Ivory, 
itlounted with Silver, 4*. sd, and 6*. 6(/. each; in Cedai*,for Slate, 6a., 
d<^i,and 1*. ^d each. — Boxes of Leads to refill the Pencils^ 1*., 1*. ^d, 
and 2*. eatih. / 

PENS AND QUILLS. 

No. 14 Pink & Blue, per 100, 5*.6rf- 
" ■ 12*. 

13*. 



S^o. 8 Blue . 


. per lOrt, 4*. 


10 Yellow , 


„ V 5*. 


12 Pink . 


...» 7*. 



16 Pink and Green 

17 Bright Pinki full ii ' 
Hudson's Bay Quills and Pens. 

No. 2 Yellow and Blue^ full . . per 100, 10*. 6A 
3 Orange and Blue ... „ ISi, %d. 
Swan .Quills and Pens. 
No. 1 Grange and Blue . . .per l66, 13*. Qd, 

2 Pink and Yellow, full . . „ 16*. 

3 PJfrk pnd Green . ... „ 24*. 
Portable Pens, in Boxes 2.5 each 1*.. 1*. 6d.; and 2*. 



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70 SttLtion^pj-TeDM, Wax, Portfolios, Seals, Slates, etc 



i^tcheUtfl Scl^l Pens . . . . per gross, U. 4tf . 

„ for general use ... „ 'U. Sd, & 2s. 

„ two-liole Black Barrel . . „ Ss. 6d. 

„ ^trtL Broad Point, fpr Law Writers », ^s. 
„ Engro^ing Pens '. . '/ ^ :2s. 
'., Mjignnm Boikiuiiyi . . • „ 6«. 

,0mQtt*8 liesti ^itto '. . p0r'bqjt,of .12 Pens, l5 6<i 
<^illoH*8 Mapping, prawing, and other Pens, at reduced' prices. 
Mordan'« (Gold Peng, 5»., 10*., \5s.,tO». each. 
• PeD^ol4ers, 6<f., 9<2., and U. per dooen. 
SMAiNd WAX ff^ 'WArpt$. 
^FiqeiRed'Wax, iV"per*lh.— Beat'^ppprfine Red, is. 64(.— Blackditto, 4*, 
B^st Red or Black Wafers, 4s. per Ih.— IHtto, in i-Jb. Ik^l, 1». 3ii. each. 
y^ers, half-cro^vn siase, Is. per packet. 
Notarial ftnd Sig^et ^ft^rs oqt roTind and oyal to any she, . 

ReRTFOLIOS, 

Strongly made, roan haxk^ eloih aidei^ wi|h strings in back. 

,€rowA 4tp.,i^ ^.; Post , or Ejemyjto., 4«.f FooUfM^, 4«.^.; 

Demy or Post folio, 7f. 6d; ; Crofwn folio, finr Music* 6«.; 

Roynl, 8#. 6|7. ; Imperial, LOa* 

• Bine Offiee Hag9, 3«- and tipwar«te< 

RULERS^ 

Roni^ or Flat, in Ebony, 

9in.,6^.; I2in.,9<i; 15vQ.,l<.; ISin., U. a4.i'2^l i»y U.6d. ;24in., 2s. 

iTory Folderjs and Kdjivves, 1<. &{., 2«.. ai^d '^« iS4L «Ae)i. 

Wire Files, 6d., 9d., and U e^q^. 

6CAL3. 

Oj-ficial Seals and Dies for Corporations, l^blic Companies, County 

Courts, poron^ and Town Councils, Pfior Law UnioniS, X<oca^ 

Boards ^i^f He^lt^, Burial Boat'ds,:etc., ^graved in the first «tyle. 

Stiver find K|q^ Stan^ ^r spiarl^ing in Ink. 

Screw md Ley^er Elm^asing Presses, ,of the best manufa^t^u^. 

TRACING JPAP^RS. 
r^pnble Gc9(wn,^0iki. by 2^ in. ,, . per quire, .3«. ^ 
Ditto "(iittfi, ithiek, jSO ijn. ^ *<>«*- » ^*- 6<^» 
£](oakle I)i(^iAiki ((>owu, 60 1^. by 40 in. „ 7«. 
Ditto ' ditto, thick, 30 in. by 40 inw^ „ • 9». 

BEST W^t^H SLATES AND S|LATE PCNplU^ 






S.I^TES. , 

8 in. by 6^., 35. 6rf. per do/. 
11 in. by 7i?i., 4# 6<?. „ 
12 in. by sin., 6«. „ 



pKNOli^p. 
Dutch Thin Hoimd, 5s. per 1000. 

„ Thick- rf 7s. 6d. „ 
Slate, in Cedar, best, per doz. 



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71 



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'No. 32, 48, 



ARTICLES OF STATIONERY, ETC.- continued. 

SOLANOCRS, Ofl BOXE8 FOR PAPERS. 
Quaito Post . . . d«. ; I Demy {q\U> . . 
Foolscap . . . . 3<. 6d | Music .... 
PIISMC TAPE, 
Best quality, .per dgeen-^-^o. 1§, '28.'6d,\ No. -24, 3s. 

WALLEFTS AND POCKET BOOKS. 

Roap, }g, QjOi., 2»., 2>, 6ii., and upwards. 

Extra Morocco, 55. 6rf., 7«. 6d, tlOs. 6rf., and. upwards. 

Bill Qises— Roan, 2s., 2s. 6d. 3:9., and upwards. 

GUARD llbOKS. 

Skeleton and other Guard Books, as made for tbe Goyernment Offices. 

Foolscap, Post or Demy, J^Iediuifl, Super-royal^ Imperial : 

Price according to thickness and style of binding. 

WRITING PARCHMENT AND ^VEiLUMS, 
Finely prepared, of any dimensicns, to order. 



Office Penknives, Is. 6(7. and 2fS. e^}). 

Erasers, Is. and Is. 9d. each. 

Scissors (7-inch Paper Scissorfl), 2«,»the pajr. 

Penknives,. 2s., 2s. 6^., Ss. 6 J., 5«., and upwards. 

Ever-pointed Pencil Casea, Silver, 4*., 6*4, 8«'., 10*., and upwards. 

Sheath Pen Cas^, Silver, 4«. and '5*. each. 

Silver and Ivory Penholder, \s,6d. and 2<.r6<f. each.— Silver and'B^bony. 

U' and 2s. 
Scale* fot Weighing tjetter?, U*., *1S«., 2!l8., 25s:, 31s. 6d. 
Postage Dampers, from ds. each. 
Parchment Labels, 2s. 6d. and 8«. ftrf.<per lOO. 
Paper Cases (Polished ^^hogany)', fyom lOs. to £5 5s. 
TravelKng Wriling Cases, /Depk^, Letter C^ip;j, Brass I^eak Seals. 
Iv-ory Tablets, Date Cases, Copy Slips, Tissue Paperew 
Music Books, Enamelled and Embossed Cards, Plalii Cai-ds. 
Albums, Scrap Books, Manuscript Hooks, Sketch and Drawing Books. 
Name and Address Cards, Card Cases. 
Bibles, Testaments, and Prayer Books. 

Letts' and other Diaries, Black Lines, Copying Presses, Paper Weights. 
Pen Racks, String Boxes, Taper Stands, W«wc, Mat«b,and Taper Boxes. 
Tracing Linen, Green Silk Ferrett, Silk Cord. 
Drawing Boards, Pasteboards, Card Boardig. 
Sponge from 6s. 6rf. per lb. ;' Pounce, Wafer Seals, Ink Powdeirs. 
Metallic Pencils, Metallic Books. 



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7i Precedents— Aeeounts* IftalftneeHy Ohixreli Hates, ete. 



The following PRECEDENTS. <7re conMantli/ on Sale, 
for the use of Clerks op Unions, . Oyerseebs of 
THE Poor, etc, etc. 



The fdloiriBg FORMS are sold at d«. per Quire, 
48 single sheets; or 24 tUnMe sheets. 



Accounts' Balaneest ReeoTer j of s 

5&6 Wm.iv. 0.76, 8.47. 

1. Complaint for Recovery of Bahmce foand due 1>y Aoditor. 

2. Summons thereon. 

3. Distress Warraitt. 

Bastard J r 

7 & 8 Vict. c. 101 ; 8 & 9 Vict. c. 10. 

1. Application bj Woman with Child. 

2. Summons thereon. 

3. Application for a Summons by a Woman after Birth. 

4. Summons thereott. 

5. A{^icst2on for a' Summons by a Woman after Birtb^ where the 

alleged Father has pud Money within Twelve Months 
after Birth. 

6. Summons thereotf. 

7. Order, where Application was made by a Womanr wit^ Child. 

8. Order, ditto ditto after Birth, 

9. Common Form of Recognizance, Irith the following Cooditions. 

10. Information of th<^ Another on Disobedience to the Order. 

1 1 . Warrant of Ai)pre^ension for Disobedience of the Order. 

12. Warrant 6f I&stress agaiinst the putative Father. 

13. Recofi:ni«^(^ for Appeiurance at the Return of tl^e Distress 

Warrant. -r 

14. Warrant of. Compiitment. 

15. Warrant of Commitment in ^efauft of Distress. 

16. Appointment of Guardian to a l^asta'rdf Chil<!f. 

17. Union Clerks* Regisfcry of Bastardy Oirders, with Index, under 

7 & 8 Vict. c. 101. Eacli, Ss. 

Cbureli Ikatea i 

53 Geo. iii. c. 127, s. ?• 

1 . Complaint of Non-payment. , 

2. Summons to Party upon Complaint. 

3. Order for t^ayment of Rate. 

4. Warrant to Distrain. 



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PxwoedciAtf— OoQuUljles, Contrilm^oiui, County Bate. 73 



.... CooBtableB* cVarlsb) Acts 

5& 6 Vict c. 109. 

1 . Appointtiient and Precept for. Special Sessions^ 

2. Notice of S|>ecial Sessions* 

3. Order of Union. 

4. Appointment of Overseers for nnannexed extra-parocliial 

Places. 

5. Precept to Overseers to return List. 

6. Overseers* Summons of Vestry Meeting. 

7. List of Men agreed to at Vestiy. 

7 6. Copy of such List. 

8. Choice or Appointment of Constables. 

8 6. Appointment of paid Constables. 

9. Summons to Constables to attend to be sworn. 

9 6. Oath of Constable, with Instructions as to their Dnties. 

Is. each. 

10. Justices' List of Constables. 
10 6. Clerk's List of Constables. 

1 1. Overseers' Notice of Death of Constable. 

12. Precept to give Notice of Special Sessions to supply 

Vacancy. 

13. Summons to Party whose Substitute has made a Vacancy. 

14. Appointment of new Constables to supply Vacancy. 

15. Justices' Order for fees airid Ailow'anc'es. 

16. Information against O^versefers not returning Lists. 

17. Information against Constables not att^rii^ing. 

17 66. Information e^inst Swprn Constables neglecting Duty, 

18 Information against paid Constables for Misconddct. 
1866. Dismissal of pt^d Cjonstables for Misconduct. 

CoiitrlVationB HeeoTer^t 

2 & 3 Vict. c. S(4. 
smled by DakbV P. Fry, Efirq., Barritifer-'ftt-^LaW. 

1. Application by Chairman against Overseers. 

2. Appointment and Precept for Special Sessions. 

3. Summons by Two Justices to Overseers. 

4. Summons by High Constable of Special Sessions. 

5. Distress Warrant a^^nat Overseers. 

Conntjr state t 

7 & 8 Vict. c. 33. 

1 . Precept to Guardians for. . 

2. Guardians' Order on Overseers fttr Paymttit; of County Rates, 

in Books. 

3. Ditto, in Quires.* 

4. Union Treasurer's Receipt for dittdj 



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74 Preeed0ntit«-4lf«tniiit, LMmtfi^aliileiiftiMe, 



FomiB nnder the Aet 12 Viet. e. X% and 28 4k'Z€ Viet. 

e. SSv—'cto enable Overseers of the Poor and Surveyors 
''of Hiohwats to recover the Costs of Distraining lor 
" Rates," settled by Dan by P. Pry, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. 

A 1. Coraplaint a^iast one Ratepayer. 

A 2. Complaint against several Ratepayers. 

B. Summons upon the Complaint, 

C 1. Warrant of Distress agaiiist one Ratepayer (in cam of his 

appearance). 
C 1*. Ditto ditto (in case of his pon-appearanoe). 

C 2. Warrant of Distress against several Ratepayers^ 
D. Warrant of Commitment in default of Distress (in case of' 

the Party's appearance). 
D*. Ditto ditto (inoaseof tks^artylsnon-appopu'ance). 



59 G. iii. c. 12, s. 29; 4 & ^ Wm.itr. e. W, s. 59. 

I. Application for Summons. 

'2. Summons. 

3. Order. 

4. Commitment. 

5. Complfunt for Attachment of Wages.. 

6. Summons to Guardians' I^ebtor and his Mastcjr. 

7. Order of two justices. 

8. Information en Oath of Disobedience to Order. 

9. Warrant of Distress against Master. 

Maintenance of IPanpere by their able S|^«ttons4 

43 niz. c. ^ fi. 7: $9 'G. iii. c U, s. ^^ . 
4 & 5 W. IV. c 76, ss. 56, 57, 78, 99. 

1 . Notice of anintended Application for an Order of Mfuntenai^ce. 

2. Information for an Order. 

3. Summons thereon. 

4. Order to maintain Pauper Relation. 

5. Information of the Disobedience of the Order. 
^^ Summons f6r Disobedience. 

7. Warrant of Distress for the Disobedi«)ce. 

8. Commitment for the want of sufficient distress. 
8a. Return of Nulla f 



OAoerst Bmbesxlement byi 

4 & 5 Wm. iv. c. 76, s. 97. 

1. Complaint against Parish or Union Officer. 

2. Conviction. 



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Ordem and Rules, Offence* against and relating to i 

4 & 5 Wm. iv. c. 76. 

1 . Complaint for refasing In»pQcti(>n of Commissioners' Rules, s. 18. 

2. Complaint for Disobedience to Commissioners' Rules, s. 98. 

3. Complaint for Disobedience of Guardians lawful Orders, s. 95. 

0Tei«eer8 s 

1. Overseer's Wam^t: to which is appended Instructions in the 
proper discharge of his Duties. By W. C. Glen, Esq., 
3aEri^ter-ivt-iLiaw. On foolscap piwer, containing 16 pages 
^of qpuble columns, closely printed. U, Gd. eaoh, or 15«. 
per dozen. 
.^. ^s^istant Overseer^s Ditto ditto ditto ditto. 

Varocbial Assessments.: 

'6&7 Wm.iv*o.76. 
.1. Information for refusing to perniit Rate to-be copied. 
.2. Appointment of Special Sessions Days for Appeiils. 
d. Chm-ch-door Notice of Special Sessions Days. 
A. Notice of Appeal. 
.5. {Decision 8 of Special Sessions. 

6. Notice of appealing against Special Sessions (Decision. 
:7. Recognizance to try 'Appeal at Quarter Sessions, 
d. Precedent oif Order of Qnarter Sessions. 



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4 & 5 Wm. iv, c 76, s. 99. 
1 ., Reqnsflt of Parj^ to Ju9fci|ce to Summon Witness. 
2. Summons to Witness. 

3^ Warrant for .^^prehexisioa of Witne^A not aj^aring on 
S)ivu»o(i4- 

4. Warrant of Comspitment of Witness refusing to give Evidence. 

5. Order of Liberation of Witness submitting to'be EJjUamined. 

6. Con^viction. 

7. i&fltalner to await rettim of Distress Warrant. 
•8. distress Warrant for Penalty. 

<9. Commitment for Default* • 

10. Distress WarAnft'fftr.MoDe^rttMiVfMble asPenaltieS)— 4 & 5 

Wm. iv. o. 76, m. 47, 82, aa 84. 
n. Commitment for De^lt in that Case- 

VooY Jbaw OeBemi forasis i 

1. Copy of Minjate of Board of Guardian^ 5 & 6 Vict. <c. 57, s. 17. 

2. Deputation or Authority to take Proceedings, 6 & 6 Vict. c. 57, 

a. 17, 

3. Certificate of Chargeability, 7 & 8 Vict. c. 101, Schedule C. 



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Forms of Orders of Removal 

(Settled by W. G. Lumlet, Esq.J 

With reference to the PotoR ReMoVal and the Scotch 

arid Iri6h PodR Act«. 

28 & 2§ VifcT. d. f9; 3Cl & 31 Vifcr. c. t6d. 

1 a Complaint of Char/eability. 

1 b. Certificate of Chargeability (Sched. C. 7 & 8 Vict, c, 101). 

1. Snmmons of Witness. §.2. 

2. Caption of DepcmtieM. 

3. Order of Removal. ... 

4. Notice of Chargeabflity, with Statefrfifent iif the Qronn^ of 

Removal. 

5. Deniand for Costs. 

6 Notice and Statement of Groifftd^ of App^L 

7. Application to receive Pauper. § 6. 

8. Consent to receive Pauper Without an Order. § 6. 

9. Order of Removal, with SnspMsion of Order, Removal of 

Suspension, < >rder for Costs. 
10 Order of Removal, with Suspension of such Order, and Notice 

thereof, with Notice d Chargeability and Gfoimds uf 

Removal. 
1 1. Quarterly demand of Cost of Maintenance^ after Suspension 

of Order of Removal* 

25&26 Vic*, c. ti3* 
A. Warrant of Removal of Scotch Paojjers to Place of Birth or 

Residence. 
A 1. Ditts^ where Pliicerof Bii«fa or. ft«iite«» i»j|Ot known. 
A 2. Deposition in respect of Scotch Paupers removed to Scotland. 

26 & 27 Vict. c. 89. 
B 1. Warrant of Removal of Irish Paupers to Place of Bhrth or 

Residence. 
B 2. Ditto, where Place of Birth or Residence is not known. 
C. Deposition in respect of Irish Puupers removed td Ireland. 

84lameiis'l"amme9, Relief to s 

17 & 18 Vict. c. 104. 
1. Notice to Owner of Ve6.«el of intended claim for. reimbursement, 
ss. 192, 193. 

UND«R THE 

flTrnttll TeuienfeBts* Aatliig:: Aot « 

Settled by DanbvP. Fry, Ei^q., BRrri9ter-iit»ItAW. 

l5^l4 Vict. C.d'9. 

§ 1. Notice of Vestry Me4|tiM!»g« io.comsidcr the Adoption of the 

Act. C For posting on the Church-door.) 
I 2 Notice , of Vestnr M^etih^, to consider the Discontinuance of 

the Act. (f^or posting on the Church-door,) 
§ 3. Notice by Owner, ^s to compounding for a Year's Rate. 



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Praudulient Tenants, Vagrants, Vestry Meet&gs, etc. 77 

Swearing^: 

19Geo. ii. C.21. 
Information. • 

Summons. 

Conviction, Succinct Form. 
Commitineut ibr Term Certain on not Paying J'orfeiture. 

Tenants, Fraudulent RefnoTal hj a 

11 Geo. ii. c. 19, s. 4. 
Complaint. 
Summons to Party, 
Order. 

Warrant of Distress, * 

Appeal Notice* 
Hecognizance to try Appeal* 

Tenements^ Deserted i 

1 1 Geo. ii. c. 19, s. 16. 
1. Complaint. 

?. Notice to be Affixed. * ' : •.■ 

3. Order. 

Tenements, Overliolden} 

1 & 2 Vict. c. 74. 

1. Notice of Owners' intentio^i tp Apply to Justices. 

2. Complaint. 

3. Warrant to give Possession. 

Vaif rants: 

(L) 5 Geo. iv. c. 83. (II.) 1 & 2 Vict. c. 38. 
Information. 

Warrant of Apprehension. 
Conviction, Idle and Disorderly Person. 
Conviction, Rogue and V^agabond. 
Commitment. 

Notice of Appeal, with cause. 
Hecognizance to try Appeal. 
Liberate. 
Warrant for Re-committal (II.) 

UNDER TUB 

Vestry Meetings and Vestry Clerks' Act t 

Settled by Danby P. Fby, Esq., Bavrister-at-Lavv. 

13 & 14 Vict. c. 57. 

1 . Notice of Vestry Meeting, to decide as to the Adoption of the 

Act. (Separate^ for pasting on iht Church-door.) Sect. 1. 

2. Application to the Poor Law Board ; with Copies of the Notice ; 

and Resolution of the Vestry; and Certificate as to the 
accuracy of the Copies. C Double Form.) Sect.!. i 



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7reeedtiiU*-a«gistnitlon «f Voters, etc. 



VESTRY MEETINGS ACT^wniimied. 

3. Notice of Vestry Meeting, to provide Vestry Room. (Separate 

far poUing on the Church door.) Sect. 4. 

4. Application to the Poor Law Board; with Copies of the Notice; 

and Resolution of the Vestry; and Certificate as to the 
aoearacy of the Copies. (IXnible Form.) Sect. 4. 

5. Notice of Vestry Meeting^ for Borrowing Money. (Separate, 

for posting on the Church-door.) Sect. 5. 

6. Application to the Poor LaW' Board; with Copies of the Notice; 

and Resolution of tfac^ Vestry; and Certificate as to the 
accuracy of the Copies^ (Double Form.)' Sect. 5. 

7. Notice of Vestry, Meeting, for Appointment' of Vestry Qerk 

(Separate, for potOmg on tke CKurchrdoin* y Sect. 6. 

8. Report to the Poor Law B<Mtfd; with CopTirs of the N6tioi3; 

and Resolution of the Ve«tiy; and Cert^cate ae to th^ 
accuracy of the Copies. (j)^hle^ Form.)^ Sectitf/ 

Voters, Sofflstratioa off' 

Sched. A. 6 Vict. C 18. 

1. Precept to Oversee^. 

2. Notice to Voters, Placard. 
Notice of Claim to Oferse^. 

3. List for entering Claimants fc^ $0 Narne^.^ 

Ditto „ 246 ditto. 

4. Notice of Objection t6 Overseers. 

5. Notice to be given to Parties objebted to.' 

6. List objections for 60 ^ines. 

Ditto n 240' ditto. 
Sched. B. 

2. Notice to Voters, Plafcdrd. 

3. List of Persons entitled to Vote'.' 

4. List of Persons entitled to VoteXnot being Freem'eii^/ 
6. Notice of ClaiuL . 

8. List for entering Claimants. 

10. Notice of Objection 

11. Notice to be given to Parties objected to,' 

12. List of Objections. 
Sohed. D. 

Table shewing Rates of Charges. 

VTagres Attacbment : ' 

4 & 6 Wm. iv. c. 76, ss. 58, 76. 
L Summons to Guardians' Debtor and his Master, s. 59. 

2. Order of Two Justices. ^ 

3. Information on Oath, of disobedience to Order. 

4. Distress Warrant against Master, ss. 59, 99. 



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Precedents-Weights and Measures, Wages, etc. 79 



VTelffl&ts and Measures : 

5 & 6 Will. iv. c. 63. 
Complaint. 
Summona. 

Conviction, Succinct" Form. 
Warrant of Distress: 

Recognizance to A^pfear at Return of Warrant. 
Cominitment. 
VTorkbonseiMisbeliaTionr of Paupers Ini. 

1 . Complairit-'for Reftt^ing to Work, etc., 55 Geo. iii. c. 137, ss. 2, 5. 

2. Convictictti'under 65 Geo. iii. o. 187. 

3. Complaint'of Vagrant Inmates refusing to Work, 5 & 6 Vict. c. 57. 
i. Conviction under 5 & 6 Vict, cl 67. 

5. Committal under eftlier Act." 

Workhouse; Misconduct of Officers of; 

4^& 6 Wm. iv. c. 76, s. 93. 
li. C9mplaint against' Master for orderiq* Liquora to be brought in. 

2. Complaint against Mastei^, at' other Officer, for permitting 

Liquors- to be brought in dr sold, etc 

3. Coi^plaint against Master or other Officer, for Misconduct 

towards ' Paupers. 
44 Ofder fot Eietention of Salary to countervail Forfeiture. 



1 SEAliS 6F unions, LOCAL BOARDS OF HEALTH, BURIAL 
BOARDS, BORbUGH AND TOWN COUNCILS, 

OfeWT^ de^&ripUoni p^pared^ ofieif^vek Speeimms may he had, 
on applwation, 

[ ^ LEVER EMBOSSING PRESS, 

1 Wi«h Steel Die atd Cotttterpart, c6mplet6, of the very best description, 

I A\ ibir. and upwards, acciording to size and quality. 



pateSnt embossing press, 

Adapted for Stamping. bt)tl^ Paper and Envelopes without removing the 
Die, never aocottiplished before in a small Hand Press. The force to 
be "uiied is stmply^a sbk^ blow givien with the clenched hand on the end 
of the Levi&r oi* Spring. 

Price of Press, £1 ■ of Die, according to Design. 
Unioh aiid other Dies Jitted to these Presses. 



&ecter-pre«s« Copper-j^late, and Ziltlioffraplilc printing i 

OF EVERT DESCRIFTION, ON THE 8HOBTEST KOTICE. 



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On the l«t and 15th of each Month is pablished, 

KNIGHT'S OFFICIAL AfiVEBTISEB 

OP 

LOCAL HANAOEHENT UK ENGLAND & WALES : 

CIRCULATED GBATUITOUSLY BT POST TO 

ALL CLERKS OF POOR LAW UNIONS, 
BoA&DS OF Health, and other Local Boards, 

IK ADDITION TO A LARGE AND RAPIDLY 1VGRSA81NG SALS. 



The Objects of this Journal are— 

1. To provide a Medium of Commnnlcatioi^ for Local Authorities 
desiriog to advertise for Officers in the varions Departments of Ser- 
vice, as well as for Unions and Parishes to announce the Descriptions of 
Men having deserted their Families. On t)ie other hand, it is a 
most advantHgeous clioisnel of announcement for Contractors desirous 
of obtaining Public Works; for the various Articles of Supply that 
are requisite for Workhouses and other Institutions; for Eco- 
nomical Inventions that address themselves to the uses of such 
Establishments; for Books conneeted with Local Administration or 
adapted for Schools; and for Workhouse Mastteks, Schoolmasters, 
Relisting Officers^ Collectors of Rates, and others seeking 
Employment. 

2. To furnish Information of a practical character upon 
every essential question that belongs to our Local Management System, 
Metropolitan and Provincial ; and to supply a Current Register of 
Official Appointments and Elections. 



Advertisements addressed to Knight & Company, 90, Fleet 
Street, Publishers by Authority to the Poor Law Board and to the 
Home Office for the Purposes of the Local Government Act, 1858, 
will be charged in the Quarterly Accounts of the several Unions and 
Local Boards. Other Advertisements must be prepaid. 

«*^ Advertisements for each Number ami requested three iBtsl^B 
before the day Of Ptiblication. 



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TO TSa BZRBCTOR8, TRVSTSBS Airs OVARBIAirS OV 

HOSPITALS, SCHOOZiS, WORXHOVSBS, 

PRZSOXrS, AITB OTHBR ZITSTZTirTXOirS. 



ATKINSON AND CO. 

Save at present the honour to hold some of the largest Contracts in 
the kingdom from Asylums, Unions, Hospitals, and Government 
Departments. The magnitude of their Contracts enables them to 
employ Manufecturers solely for their demands, thus affording a 
direct charge to the Consumer. 

ATKINSON and CO. engage to supply any quantity of the 
Goods specified below by the quarter, the half-year, or the year, 
tIz. : — 

BEbSTCADS, IN WOOD OR IRON; 

COIR, FIBRE, HORSE HAIR, FLOCKS, AND EVERY OTHER MATERIAL 
FOR BEDDING; 

BLANKETS, RUGS, COUNTERPANES, SHEETINGS, WATERPROOF 
DITTO; 

FLANNELS, CALICOS, PRINTS, WOOLLEN CLOTHS, OF ALL QUALITIEf ; 

CORDUROYS, FUSTIANS, ftc; 

MEN AND WOMEN'S UNDER AND UPPER CLOTHING; 

READY-MADE'GARMENTS, IN ALL SIZES, AND FOR BOTH SEXES; 

HATS, CAPS, BONNETS, fto., 

>10SIERY AND HABERDASHERY. 

Cabinet Furniture, Carpets, and every requisite, supplied on 
the shoitest notice to Board-rooms, Officers, Masters* Houses, &c. 
Illustrated Catalogues on application, with j?rice List, and all goods, 
in Stock marked in plain figures to correspond. 

ATKINSON & CO. respectfully request the favour of the Secre- 
taries or Clerks of Institutions, that they would kindly send Forms of 
Tenders when about to issue Contracts, stating at the same time when 
•uch Tenders are to be returned. 



ATKINSON & CO., 

198, 200, 202, 204, 206, 208, 210, and 212, 

WESTMINSTER BRIDGE ROAD, 

LONDON, S. 



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JONES AND CO., 

Wholesale Bope, Oakum, Goii Bope and Tain, 
and Mat Merchants, 

(ebtabxished sixty teabs,) 

Bespectfollj inform Guardians and Masters of Unions that they 
have, for the last half-centnry. supplied many of the largest pri- 
sons and workhouses with Junk for oakum picking, and will be 
happy to make permanent anangements for Hob descriptioa of 
labour, and for the purchasing of the oakum when picked. 



JONES AND CO. 

ALSO 

SUPPLY HATS, AND COI|t XATTIHO AHD FIBBB, 4e., 

von 

BEDDING. 



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Has been Autborised for Use on Oovemment 
Bmigrant VesselSf 

And is patronised extensively by many CORPORATIONS and other 
Public Bodies throughout the kingdom, to their entire satisfaction. 
It is highly recommended by the Medical Profession and Sanitary 
Inspectors for the Prevention of Contagious Diseases, &c., &c. 

Sold by Chemists, Grocers, and Oilmen, in packets, 2d. each ; 
canisters, 6d. and Is. each ; 1 cwt. bags, 6s. (bag included). Con- 
siderable reduction in quantities of one ton and upwards. 

Manufactured by J. HARESCEUGH and SONS, Sanitary En- 
gineers, Sanitary Works, Armley, Leeds; and may be had, Whole- 
sale and for Exportation, from the appointed Agents : 

J. T. Clauke, 5 and 7, Blossom-street, Great Ancoats, Man- 
chester. 
J. Thompson, 121. New North-road, London, N. 
Raimes and Co., 40, Hanover-street, Liverpool. 
N.B. — Testimonials on application. 

SEALS, DIES, AND PRESSES. 

KNIGHT AND CO. 



Por Boards of Guardians, Local Boards,. Highway Boards/ 
Burial Boards, &c., &c., 

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workmanship, at strictly moderate charges. 

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Of the best manufacture, fitted with Dies for Stamping Deeds, Letter 
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SPECIMENS, WITH DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES, SENT FBBE 
ON APPLICATION. . 

KNIGHT AND CO., 90, FLEET STREET, 

LONDON. 



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No Unwholesome Cesspools. 

MOULE'S PATENT EARTH CLOSETS. 

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MOULE'S PATENT EARTH CLOSETS. 

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MOULE'S PATENT EARTH CLOSETS. 

Use of Earth insisted on bj the Cholera Confisrence. 



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MOULE'S PATENT EARTH CLOSETS. 

Maj be applied to anj existing Closet. 

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MOULE'S PATENT EARTH CLOSETS. 

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'^^ AND URINALS. Perfect Substitute for Waterdosets. 
Avoiding all Bad Smells ; applicaUe to any existing Closets; no fear 
of pipes bursting ; and admirably adapted for Bed Rooms, Hospitals* 
Barracks, &c. 

On view and in operation at the Office of Moule's Patent Earth 
Closet Company (Limited), 29, Bedford-street. Coyent Garden, London, 
where Prospectuses may be had on application. 

T. M. EVANS. Manager. 
Messrs. GIRDLESTOKE, 31, Duke-street, Westmingter* 
Engineers. 



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